I like stack overflow because, aside from having a little pizazz, it’s also general to programming and isn’t specific to one language (like VB or C) or one group of developers (“hackers”).
Since I get the feeling you’ll be writing about a lot of higher-level, only-slightly-technical stuff, I don’t like the recursion ones because they give the impression of a computer-sciency site.
And while the “humble” names aptly describe many of the things you write about, they just don’t have any zing to them. The name of a business or web site doesn’t have to be incredibly clever, but contrary to what some of the nerds are saying in their replies, the name is your image and image is everything in for-profit ventures. Humility is a noble virtue but it isn’t good for marketing.
I can kind of see cargocultdevs as well. The only thing bothering me about that is the abbreviation; if you want this to be read by higher-level managers and startup CEOs (which I assume you do), then it makes the name harder to “speak”. What’s a “dev”?
Just my opinion of course. Maybe you shouldn’t be asking us, though - remember, never listen to your users.