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AUTHOR PROFILE
Joab Jackson
Joab Jackson

Joab Jackson is Editor-in-Chief for The New Stack, assuring that the TNS website gets a fresh batch of cloud native news, tutorials and perspectives each day. He has logged over 25 years in infrastructure IT journalism, including stints at IDG, and Government Computer News. He started in 1995 as the first Internet columnist for a U.S. newspaper (the Baltimore City Paper) and later worked for a U.S. Defense Department contractor to help explain the virtues of commercializing technology originally developed for the U.S. missile defense system. Jackson has also worked on a series of "underground" news publications, including Baltimore's original hippie newspaper Harry, as well as Spock Science Monitor, Burning Man's longest continuously-running independent newspaper.

STORIES BY Joab Jackson
Port: Platform Engineering Needs a Holistic Approach
Platform Engineering Benefits Developers, and Companies too
Hazelcast and the Benefits of Real-Time Data
Docker versus Kubernetes: Start Here
How Boeing Uses Cloud Native
Kubernetes and Amazon Web Services
Zero Trust Security and the HashiCorp Cloud Platform
MLOps Needs a Better Way to Manage GPUs
Latest Enhancements to HashiCorp Terraform and Terraform Cloud
PostgreSQL 15: MERGE Ahead
WebAssembly Needs Schedulers, and Kubernetes Doesn’t Quite Fit the Bill
KubeCon+CloudNativeCon 2022 Rolls into Detroit
Terraform Cloud Now Offers Less Code — and No Code — Options
HashiCorp Cloud Can Now Spin up a Single Sign-on Zero Trust Network
Cloudflare’s Kiwi Farms Support May Soon Hurt Its Bottom Line
Temenos Benchmarks Show MongoDB Fit for Banking Work
The Silent Semantic Failures That Break Distributed Systems
Google Launches Carbon, an Experimental Replacement for C++
This Week in Programming: Honeycomb’s ARM Advantage
This Week in Programming: GitHub Copilot Tests the Copyleft
MongoDB 6.0 Offers Client-Side End-to-End Encryption
MongoDB 6.0 Brings Encrypted Queries, Time-Series Data Collection
A Hotter Pink: CSS Gets an ‘Explosion’ of New Colors
Envoy Gateway Offers to Standardize Kubernetes Ingress
Svelte and the Future of Frontend Development
Kubernetes 1.24 Drops Dockershim, Makes Space for Stateful Workloads
Challenges of Creating a Decentralized, Open Source Twitter
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022 Europe, Valencia: Bring a Mask