One of the best parts of working for Stack Overflow? According to Jay, there’s no need to do things you don’t like in order to bring in revenue. By simply sticking with what it loves—creating communities where people gain knowledge and new job opportunities—Stack Overflow is able to create mutually beneficial relationships—where the company thrives and users better their careers and lives.
Jay’s days are divided between working directly with Stack Overflow communities on any interaction issues and bringing back input on product design and guideline improvements that might make each site more manageable for users. By monitoring the overall interactions of information seekers and suppliers, Jay determines ways to reward contributors and keep all sites running smoothly.