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Introducing: Sentry's Unified Go SDK

Our new, unified Go SDK supports all recent versions of the language, utilizes its features, and gives developers the most helpful hints possible for where and why an error might happen.
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Tools This Engineer Uses: Meetup, Glitch, Anki, (Actual) Paper

In our Tools This Engineer Uses series, we explore the routines, systems, and tools people rely on to solve problems and accomplish goals.
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Meet our 2019 Summer Interns

Read all about the accomplishments our two summer interns. And also watch them dodge lightning bolts.
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Sentry for Good: Code for America and Digital-Age Food Stamps

Our new Sentry for Good program amplifies the voices of non-profits, open-source tools, and educational institutions.
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What's New in Sentry — June/July Changelog

Take a look at what shipped in June and July.
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Field Guide: Sentry and the Legend of Snuba Migration

In our Field Guide series, we share challenges and successes we've encountered while exploring uncharted territory.
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Kickstarting Sentry Meetups with Community Show-and-Tell Night

Sentry's new Developer Advocate is kicking off our new event series.
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Building Sentry: So I'm following the source map that leads to you

In our Building a Sentry series, we'll be covering all the nitty-gritty details that go into building a debug experience at scale.
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Sentry for Data: Optimizing Airflow with Sentry

In our Sentry for Data series, we explain precisely why Sentry is the perfect tool for your data team.
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The Sentry Workflow — Resolve

Errors suck. Who wants to spend too much time fixing or investigating them? In our Workflow series, we'll help you optimize your workflow, from crash to resolution.
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Tools This Engineer Uses: VS Code, Zeplin, Prettier, ESLint, Droplr

In our Tools This Engineer Uses series, we explore the routines, systems, and tools people rely on to solve problems and accomplish goals.
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Sentry for Good: Preventing bad code from happening to good people

Our new Sentry for Good program amplifies the voices of non-profits, open-source tools, and educational institutions.
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Building Sentry: Symbolicator

In our Building a Sentry series, we'll be covering all the nitty-gritty details that go into building a debug experience at scale.
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Welcome Karin Reahard

Karin Reahard joins the Sentry team. Well, technically she joined a year ago, so please help us celebrate her one year anniversary here!
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Sentry Integration Platform: Observability with Rookout

Cut time from error to resolution with Rookout's new integration on the Sentry Integration Platform.
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What's New in Sentry — May Changelog

Take a look at what shipped in May.
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Surfacing Application Errors in Selenium Tests

Here's a look at how we strengthened our automated tests by surfacing JavaScript errors from Selenium tests in the report.
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Taking Native Crash Reporting to the Next Level

This summer, we're taking native crash reporting to the next level by introducing a couple of key features.
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Building Sentry: What Are RAM Bundles Anyway?

In our Building a Sentry series, we'll be covering all the nitty-gritty details that go into building a debug experience at scale.
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