Sentry

2011
San Francisco, CA, USA
Oct 4, 2019   |  By Sentry
Ah, August and September — two months that are part of an eleven way tie for first place in our favorite month of the year rankings (sorry, February). We’re currently heads down working on our APM functionality.
Oct 3, 2019   |  By Frances Coronel
In March, we awarded Sentry’s Open Source Grant to Latinx non-profit Techqueria. Here’s a look at their progress, six months later.
Oct 1, 2019   |  By Neil Manvar
Last week, we spoke with a lot of folks at PagerDuty Summit, where we explored the power of error monitoring in a world that’s always on (or on-call). What a neat tweet. Throughout our conversations, one thing became clear: developers are seeking out increased efficiency — they want to minimize time to error detection and resolution. They want to know about issues, find the root cause, and fix them quickly so that they can move on to other things — like writing more code.
Sep 26, 2019   |  By Jan Michael Auer
Whether it’s a computer game, IoT device, or high-performance backend, chances are you’re using a native language to develop this application. Hands down, by far the most popular choices today for native application development are C and C++. Okay, maybe not the most popular, but definitely the most prevalent. Some might even say “inevitable.”
Sep 24, 2019   |  By David Cramer
When I started Sentry in 2008 as an open-source side-project, I was solving a problem for myself. I wanted visibility and alerting around what errors occurred and when. I wanted to take errors out of log files and into an easily digestible dashboard.