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Heather Joslyn
Heather Joslyn

Heather Joslyn is features editor of The New Stack, with a special interest in management and careers issues that are relevant to software developers and engineers. She previously worked as editor-in-chief of Container Solutions, a Cloud Native consulting company, and as an editor/reporter at The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Baltimore City Paper.

STORIES BY Heather Joslyn
HashiCorp Vault Operator Manages Kubernetes Secrets
Is DevOps Tool Complexity Slowing Down Developer Velocity?
Despite Economic Uncertainty, Tech Hiring Remains Robust
How Teleport’s Leader Transitioned from Engineer to CEO
How Will Generative AI Change the Tech Job Market?
Security Needs Create More Work for Open Source Maintainers
73% of Organizations Don’t Enforce Multifactor Authentication
What Are the Next Steps for Feature Flags?
High-Performing DevOps Teams Build Self-Service Platforms
How 2 Founders Sold Their Startup to Aqua Security in a Year
Why Your APIs Aren’t Safe — and What to Do about It
How Tech Leaders Are Managing Anxieties after SVB Failure
Nivenly Foundation Seeks More Power for Open Source Creators
How Solvo’s Co-Founder Got the ‘Guts’ to Be an Entrepreneur
At Space Force, Few Problems Finding Guardians of the Galaxy
Devs Most Likely to Learn Go and Rust in 2023, Survey Says
Platform Engineering Benefits Developers, and Companies too
What’s Platform Engineering? And How Does It Support DevOps?
How Will Working in Tech Change in 2023?
What LaunchDarkly Learned from ‘Eating Its Own Dog Food’
What TNS Readers Want in 2023: More DevOps, API Coverage, from Side Project to 38,000+ Users and Counting
What Makes a Good CloudOps Organization?
What’s Data Governance? Tech and Business Don’t Agree
VMware, Kasten, Portworx Tops Kubernetes Backup Poll
Java Usage Keeps Climbing, According to New Survey
Couchbase’s Managed Database Services: Computing at the Edge
What’s the Future of Feature Management?