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What was Stack Overflow built with?

What Content Management System is Stack Overflow based on, if any?

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marked as duplicate by Greg Hewgill, George Stocker, BinaryMisfit Oct 30 '09 at 20:23

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Duplicate:… – Greg Hewgill Oct 30 '09 at 20:01
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It's its own 'CMS'; though it's a CMS very much customized towards 'Q&A' and Forum type sites.

Stack Exchange is based on the Stack Overflow codebase -- and not the other way around.

See this blog post for what Stack Overflow was built with.

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I'm not sure you have edited enough in this entire question. ;) – Troggy Oct 30 '09 at 20:05
@Troggy It's hard work, getting the Strunk & White badge. Not to mention it's rather gratifying to edit things. Just be glad I didn't put Cornify in your post. :-D – George Stocker Oct 30 '09 at 20:12

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