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User Feedback in Laravel

is a feature that allows you to interact with your customers when they hit an issue. While most of Sentry will justwork out of the box, Feedback requires a bit more work on your end. Today we're goingto try to help you get started so you can get back to shipping
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Environment Details

We've shipped a small update today to give you deeper insight into the impact of issues across releases and environments.
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Workflow Notifications

We've shipped new notifications to make project management a little bit easier.
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Security Incident (June 12 2016)

On June 12th, we were alerted to a vulnerability in our backup infrastructure. After investigating the issue we have concluded that no data has been accessed.
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Breadcrumbs in PHP

Continuing on our JavaScript and Python breadcrumb announcements we're happy announce native support in our PHP SDK.
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Sentry + Linode <3 PyCon

We’re teaming up with Linode to kick off PyCon in style! Join us for drinks and games at Ground Kontrol on Monday night, and come with your…
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Breadcrumbs in Python

A couple weeks back we announced Breadcrumbs, with full support in our JavaScript SDK, and the in-progress implementations for other platforms. Today we're going to focus on Breadcrumbs in our Python SDK, what they capture, and how you get started using them.
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Logging Symfony Errors with Sentry

Following up on our native Laravel error tracking integration, we’re happy to announce native integration with Symfony via the sentry…
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Logging Laravel Errors with Sentry

Today we’re announcing native integration with Laravel through our new sentry-laravel package. This is a drastic improvement over our…
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Introducing User Feedback

Years back it was common place to be using a desktop app, have it crash, and then be prompted for feedback. It’s not as prevalent as it used…
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Happy Hour in San Francisco

Our next Happy Hour will be next Tuesday, so come grab a drink on us and meet everyone in the community. Come ready with your questions on…
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Looking Back on 2015

In January of 2015, Chris and I sat down and decided it was time to commit to Sentry (no pun intended). We opened our first office here in…
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Buffering SQL Writes with Redis

It’s no secret that one of Sentry’s core technologies is SQL, specifically PostgreSQL. We’re huge advocates of simplicity, and Postgres is…
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What is Crash Reporting?

Crash reporting is a critical programming best practice. However, if you’ve never been exposed to the concept before, it can be tough to…
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Introducing Saved Searches

If you’ve been staring at your stream this week you probably noticed something a little different. Our predefined filters have been replaced…
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Monitoring the Monitor

At Sentry we aim to make crash reporting pleasant. For us, that means you don’t need to dig into sparse logs to determine what’s going on…
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Happy Hour in San Francisco

To celebrate the release of Sentry 8 we’re hosting a Happy Hour in San Francisco. Join us for some casual conversation and let us buy you a…
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Per-Project Rate Limits

We’ve received a lot of requests for per-project quotas. Usually this comes up due to a specific project sending the majority of data, which…
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