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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Mar 21, 2023
Check out these 18 top new programming languages every dev should know about.
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Jan 10, 2023
These tools are getting better, but they won’t replace developers any time soon.
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Jan 10, 2023
Here’s the responsibilities, skills and specifics to know about being a software consultant.
tech companies support black lives matter
Nov 15, 2022
Lasting change will require more than statements of support.
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Nov 01, 2022
They’re more targeted than major ones — and often more effective.
Oct 04, 2022
Why build something now when you can put it off forever?
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Aug 09, 2022
From third-party cookies to emerging regulation, here's what you need to know about online privacy.
person thinking answers behavioral interview questions
Jun 14, 2022
Employers want to anticipate how you’ll handle ups and downs on the job. Here’s what they ask and how to prep.
software containerization
Dec 06, 2021
This cloud-native innovation is taking tech by storm.
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Nov 30, 2021
Steganography is among the stealthiest of cyberthreats.
ps5 bots
Aug 02, 2021
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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Apr 27, 2021
Don’t leave your developers to figure it out by themselves.