It was particularly apparent when a question had been migrated from Stack Overflow, and the following was displayed below the question:
This question came from our site for professional and enthusiast programmers.
To my mind, given that we now have Programmers as well, this string is no longer the best description for uniquely identifying the audience of Stack Overflow. The converse description is displayed when a question is migrated from Programmers:
This question came from our site for expert programmers interested in professional discussions on software development.
Whilst I think this describes perfectly what Programmers is about and how it is different to Stack Overflow, I think the first message, particularly when viewed on Programmers, doesn't do enough to show the differences between Stack Overflow and Programmers.
Now that we have both Programmers and Stack Overflow, does that audience string need re-wording to show that Stack Overflow is a site for questions related to programs, whereas Programmers is for questions related to the programmer, and if so, does anyone have any suggestions? I'd suggest something like
This question came from our site for expert programmers wishing to ask technical questions