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Dec 4, 2018 | By Jan Michael Auer
Remember that time Mom told you that the internet is a dangerous place? No? Well, she did, but you weren’t listening. Jokes aside, we can probably all agree that there are many potential security risks in web services, with all their APIs and user-contributed content. Yet, the internet is what defines our digital age, and barely any piece of technology can do without. In the midst of this insecurity, Rust came along with its memory safety and zero-cost abstractions.
Nov 21, 2018 | By Richard Huffaker
Sentry will be at AWS re:Invent on November 26 through 30 in Las Vegas. We hope to see you there! Unless you’re not going, in which case we hope to see you somewhere else at a different time. There are a couple of ways to meet with us at re:Invent...
Nov 14, 2018 | By Armin Ronacher
When constructing a SaaS application, it’s easy to begin in the wrong place — namely, with architecture. Focusing first on software or architecture seems appealing because everyone is doing it, but trust me, you don’t actually want to start there.
Nov 6, 2018 | By Jan Michael Auer
Sentry introduced (welcomed) support for minidump crash reports earlier this year. In this post, Tim Fish, an essential contributor and co-maintainer of Sentry’s Electron SDK, explores his own experience with the intersection of minidumps and Electron.
Nov 1, 2018 | By Erin Dame
In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting application and infrastructure issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years. This week, we hear about Py from Derek Lo, Founder and CEO, and Brian Sweatt, Lead Full-Stack Engineer. Py empowers hiring teams with a suite of products to evaluate technical candidates.
Nov 13, 2017 | By CS50
David Cramer is the Co-founder and CEO of Sentry, the world's most widely used—and wholly open source—error monitoring tool. During his talk with CS50 students, David will talk about Continuous Iteration: what it is, why it's important, and what it should mean for you as a developer and consumer of software.
May 16, 2016 | By Wes Bos
How do you get info on errors that happen in the browser of your user? We integrate Sentry intro our application to track errors and get context on what happened