I guess a significant part of the early group on here may say no as they've worked hard to create an inclusive environment... which means learning how to deal with differences in opinion and being critical about how dev work is helping/not helping the world, and being (if fluidly or precariously) part of tech class in some way shapes us.
I'm reading more books around developing better technical acumen in the last few years, and I'm getting the impression there is an institution and a history of focusing just on building great software and solving problems most efficiently, but maybe not so much on the nuances of intergroup work dynamics or cultural effects of tech. (my studying background comes from the latter)
(Ps. My own opinion around this, is no.)
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.