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"Is it possible to ____?" is generally considered too broad to be a good question for Stack Overflow—the answer is usually: "yes, it's probably possible, but describing how to do it would entail designing a large piece of software." Instead, you should try to build it, and ask a question when you encounter a specific problem. Please see Why is “Is it possible to…” a poorly worded question? for more information. — Ryan M 25 secs ago
 
 
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Ben Popper on May 11, 2021
We’ve talked about the engineers who write the code that operates SpaceX spaceships. Now let’s talk about the people who build and maintain the tools and processes that enable the developers and ultimately, help accomplish the mission of flying astronauts to space. Stack Overflow talked with Erin Ishimoticha, an engineer in the Software Delivery Engineering…
 
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow! Please take the tour, read what's on-topic here, How to Ask, and the question checklist, and provide a minimal reproducible example. "Tell me how to do my homework" is off-topic for this site. You have to make an honest attempt, and then ask a specific question about your algorithm or technique. How do I ask and answer homework questions? | Open letter to students with homework problemsPranav Hosangadi 32 secs ago
 
 
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6:09 PM
I think your question is more suitable for the Software Engineering Stack Exchange community, as it seems to be the general concern. — marcin.programuje 35 secs ago
 

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