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Loraine Lawson
Loraine Lawson

Loraine Lawson is a veteran technology reporter who has covered technology issues from data integration to security for 25 years. Before joining The New Stack, she served as the editor of the banking technology site, Bank Automation News. She has also worked as a freelance tech blogger for IT Business Edge, IT Manager editor at Tech Republic, a print journalist who covered the Oklahoma City bombing, and a public relations officer/webmaster for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

STORIES BY Loraine Lawson
How Dell’s Data Science Team Benefits from Agile Practices
3 AI Moves Smart Companies Get Right
Dev News: Apollo Drama, Monster API and Mobile App Discontent
GitLab All in on AI: CEO Predicts Increased Demand for Coders
Neil deGrasse Tyson on AI Fears and Pluto’s Demotion
Building StarCoder, an Open Source LLM Alternative
Dev News: A New Rust Release and Chrome 114 Updates
30 Non-Trivial Ways for Developers to Use GPT-4
How GitHub Uses GitHub to Be Productive and Secure
Dev News: New Microsoft Edge Tools and Goodbye Node.js 16
4 Anti-Patterns That Microsoft Recommends Web Devs Avoid
Developer Tips in AI Prompt Engineering
New Image Trends Frontend Developers Should Support
Could WebAssembly Be the Key to Decreasing Kubernetes Use?
Dev News: Trouble in npm, Vue 3.3 and Cloudflare Updates
Datadog’s $65M Bill and Why Developers Should Care
Forrester on WebAssembly for Developers: Frontend to Backend
Dev News: Dart 3 Meets Wasm, Flutter 3.10, and Qwik ‘Streamable JavaScript’
Google Goes Gaga for AI Developer Tools
Can eBPF Agent in Kubernetes Be the Key to Better Observability?
Dev News: Angular v16, Next.js Updates and Prep for Deno 2.0
How TuringBots Are Changing Software Development
IBM Cloud CTO: Pros Outweigh the Cons with Platform Engineering
IBM’s Quiet Approach to AI, Wasm and Serverless
Vercel Offers Postgres, Redis Options for Frontend Developers
Dev News: Babylon.js 6.0, Vite Update, and the Perils of AI
KubeCon Panel: How Platform Engineering Benefits Developers
KubeCon Panel Offers Cloud Cost Cutting Advice