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AUTHOR PROFILE
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
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
Hachyderm.io, 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?
Application Storage Is Complex. Can Automation Simplify It?
Chronosphere Nudges Observability Standards Toward Maturity
Case Study: How Dell Technologies Is Building a DevRel Team
Low-Code Tools Improve Devs’ Work-Life Balance, Survey Finds
Case Study: How SeatGeek Adopted HashiCorp’s Nomad
The Latest Milestones on WebAssembly’s Road to Maturity
How Do We Protect the Software Supply Chain?
Case Study: How BOK Financial Managed Its Cloud Migration
Devs and Ops: Can This Marriage Be Saved?
How ScyllaDB Helped an AdTech Company Focus on Core Business
How Can Open Source Help Fight Climate Change?
Making Europe’s ‘Romantic’ Open Source World More Practical
How HashiCorp Does Site Reliability Engineering
How Can Open Source Sustain Itself without Creating Burnout?
Charity Majors: Taking an Outsider’s Approach to a Startup