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Apr 7, 2020   |  By Rahul Chhabria
With a service designed to help remote teams run more efficiently, Tability’s success relies on application reliability and deliverability to help its users keep complicated projects on schedule. This is why Tability has relied on Sentry error monitoring to identify issues in code and scale development work efficiently.
Mar 24, 2020   |  By Rahul Chhabria
Different development teams exercise different production philosophies. These philosophies usually stem from greater company direction and culture but are guided by the experience of technical leadership. Aumni has built a unique technology solution to unlock data insights into investment auditing and due diligence for VCs. They need to remain nimble and develop great code (areas 1 and 2) but reduce the probability of user-facing errors and the time spent detecting and fixes new issues (area 3).
Mar 10, 2020   |  By Rahul Chhabria
Big ideas need creative solutions. Creative solutions mean solving out of the box engineering problems. When you’re solving these new problems, strong error monitoring is imperative to the development cycle. You don’t want to spend all your time chasing down issues and struggling to track the source of errors.
Mar 3, 2020   |  By Bowen Cai
While powerful, our first iteration of Discover had some user experience complexities that made it less user-friendly than other potential search mechanisms. We also heard from you that our Events feature was useful for identifying individual events, but finding common patterns within those events was extremely difficult — keyword, ”was”. I want to share some of the features and the top 5 use cases that you can do with the refreshed Discover.
Feb 27, 2020   |  By Liz Krane
Here at Sentry, we use Travis CI, a continuous integration tool for GitHub that lets us automate our tests and view the results right within each pull request. In this blog post, we’ll walk through a quick example of how to automatically create Sentry Releases with Travis CI when a commit is pushed to your project’s master branch. (Sentry Releases enable some of our best features, like identifying the commits that likely introduced new errors, and much more!)