Automating Sentry Releases with CircleCI

Combine Sentry's CLI with CircleCI to automatically create Sentry releases and learn about some of our best features like identifying suspect commits that likely introduced new errors and applying source maps to see the original source code within Sentry.
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Welcoming Sentry’s New CEO

It’s my pleasure to introduce the newest member of the Sentry team: CEO Milin Desai
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Making Software Better: My Move to Sentry

“I am thrilled to join Sentry as CEO to continue scaling and seizing this massive opportunity in front of us.”
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Self-hosted Sentry 10 is ready to serve - get it while it's hot!

Sentry 10 - Integrations, visibility, and native crash & symbolication support. Check out this post for all the details.
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Debugging a Segfault in Rust

We set out to fix our native crash reporting service using our native crash reporting SDK.
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Using GitHub Actions to Create Sentry Releases

At Sentry, we're big fans of continuous integration and deployment, and of course, GitHub. In this blog post, we'll walk through how to use GitHub Actions to automatically create Sentry releases.
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5 Application Development Trends for 2020

Over the past decade, there have been many innovations in the software development industry with new technologies like the cloud…
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New Android SDK How-to

Our Android SDK version 2.0.0 just reached Beta. To provide you with a smooth start, we prepared this tutorial that will show you how to…
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Adding Native support to our Android SDK

We're continuing our expansion into Native and Mobile by adding NDK support to our Android libraries.
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Customize Your Sentry Workflow: A Sample Internal Integration

See an example of how you can create a round-robin-style integration as an Internal Integration.
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Sentry Receives SOC 2 Compliance Certification

In a world where companies’ security teams are notoriously—and rightly—paranoid, we’re pleased to announce that Sentry has recently received…
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An Eventful End To The Year

We’re going to be at DroidCon, AWS re:Invent, and Node + JS Interactive before the year is done.
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Deprecating Our Legacy JavaScript SDK

We will deprecate our old raven-js SDK on npm in favor of our newer @sentry/browser in the second quarter of 2020.
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Sentry For Data: Error Monitoring with PySpark

Data pipelines and analytics tooling have become essential parts of modern businesses, so why are error monitoring and observability tooling…
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Re-Licensing Sentry

Our projects now use the Business Source License (BSL), to protect them from being misused without changing anyone’s ability to run Sentry at their company.
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Sentry Integration Platform: Optimizing Incident Management with Amixr

Make incident response less painful, more collaborative, and faster using Amixr's integration with Sentry.
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Three Reasons to "Meat" Us at GitHub Universe

Meet us at GitHub Universe on November 13-14th at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco where we’ll be serving up lunch, Sentry style.
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Welcome Zara Lozano

Help us celebrate Zara's one year anniversary with Sentry!
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How to mutate data in a system designed for immutable data

In our Field Guide series, we share challenges and successes we've encountered while exploring uncharted territory.
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