Meet the developer group trying to break the mental health stigma in tech, where moving fast and breaking things leads developers to burnout and health issues
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In 2013, developer Ed Finkler founded Open Sourcing Mental Illness (OSMI), an organization that promotes mental health in tech through online resources, handbooks, research, and speaking at tech conferences.

OSMI data suggests that developers face higher rates of mental health issues than the general population.

The group attributes this to how developers often find themselves working long hours with little sleep, leading to serious health risks and a heightened possibility of...

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