Tatum Hunter
Associate Editor at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: Xavier University

Tatum Hunter is a former Built In associate editor covering software engineering, design and UX, and software sales. She currently covers personal technology for The Washington Post. Prior to joining Built In, Hunter was a freelance reporter writing for publications including the New York Times and American City Business Journals. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, English and theatre from Xavier University.

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These tools are getting better, but they won’t replace developers any time soon.
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Lasting change will require more than statements of support.
Why build something now when you can put it off forever?
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This cloud-native innovation is taking tech by storm.
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Steganography is among the stealthiest of cyberthreats.
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Everyone is looking to buy the PS5 right now. PS5 bots have been popping up all over the Internet, but their creators have mixed feelings about the whole thing.
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Don’t leave your developers to figure it out by themselves.
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Alex Morton taught herself to code, but her blog chronicling the journey landed her a job.