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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
How Can Open Source Sustain Itself without Creating Burnout?
Charity Majors: Taking an Outsider’s Approach to a Startup
At Open Source Summit: Introducing Linux Foundation Europe
Tech Job Ads Up 52% Since First Half of 2021, Says Study
Solving a Confidential Computing Pain Point with WebAssembly
What Can the Tech Community Do to Protect Its Trans Members?
What’s Next in WebAssembly?
What’s the State of Open Source Security? Don’t Ask.
A Boom in Open Source Jobs Is Here. But Who Will Fill Them?
Inside a $150 Million Plan for Open Source Software Security
Companies Are Hiring Open Source Devs, but Skills Are Rare
Rust in the Linux Kernel by 2023, Linus Torvalds Predicts
Why Is Everyone Ignoring the Day 2 Kubernetes Problem?
Deepfence Monitors Cloud Native Applications in Production
Simplifying Kubernetes through Automation
Living with Kubernetes after the ‘Honeymoon’ Ends
CockroachDB 22.1 Ramps up Automation, Scaling
GitLab 15 Upgrades Address Security, Observability, DataOps
Unused Credentials Key Culprits in Cloud Attacks, Study Says
8 in 10 Women in Tech Are Unhappy with Salaries, Study Says
Updates: How Tech Organizations Are Supporting Ukraine
Using Machine Learning to Actively Secure Cloud Native Apps
Using APIs with Low-Code Tools: 9 Best Practices
Why Access Management Is Step One for Zero Trust Security
How Integrations Help Enterprises Level Up with Kubernetes
2022 Forecast: What’s Next for Tech Workers?
Why Cloud Native Systems Demand a Zero Trust Approach
Google Open Source Director Speaks of the Future