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I think this is very awkward thing that there is no blog site for Stack Overflow, whereas many of the Stack Exchange sites have their own blog sites. Why isn't there any blog site for Stack Overflow? Is there any specific reason?

N.B: I'm intentionally forgetting the fact that Stack Overflow hasn't a Twitter account!!!

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    "intentionally forgetting". What is that supposed to mean? – Peter Mortensen Aug 29 '15 at 20:39

There is a blog for Stack Overflow:

It seems that blog.stackoverflow.com is managed by staff, rather than users of the site like smaller sites do.
And it is the same as blog.stackexchange.com.

Related reading:
Which blog should I be following for Stack Overflow / Stack Exchange news?


There is a Stack Overflow blog site. It is combined with the SE blog. Just filter on tag .

There is quite often a more development related blog post on that blog. I just consider Stack Overflow to be the 'main' site across the network. Putting the blog there is just convenient and historically grown like this.

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    That is a blog of Stack Exchange, Inc where only employees can post. The users of Stack Overflow do not have a blog. – user259867 Jun 24 '15 at 13:01
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    Sorry, was that the question? @1999 – Patrick Hofman Jun 24 '15 at 13:04
  • @PatrickHofman Thanks to you also as because of finding a 'Stackoveflow' category I found one more bug – HackerKarma Aug 29 '15 at 20:47

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