I am thinking of doing a short presentation at work about using Stack Overflow as a resource for your day job.
What is your experience doing this?
Would you deem it a valid resource to tell your colleagues about it or is it similar to telling them about Google as a resource?
Is there a better way of doing it?
I was leaning toward asking questions side of Stack Overflow rather than answering them to avoid you-shouldn't-be-doing-this-on-work-time argument.
Just as a follow up.
Originally I didn't want to make the question too specific to my own case. My presentation will only be a quick four minute talk, which I will repeat over an hour to different groups.
I may ask a question before the talk on Stack Overflow and refer to it during the presentation. Hopefully I will get some activity during the hour.
I am also going to talk briefly about some of the other Stack Exchange sites that would fit the audience as they are not all developers. I think Super User, Server Fault and Programmers should work well.
I will not be doing the presentation for another couple of months as it has been rescheduled, but I will update on how I got on.