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Using nginx and Sentry to Trace Errors to Logs

Here's a look at how we traced an error through multiple systems with the help of a request ID.
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How a Content Security Policy (CSP) Could Have Protected Newegg

We don’t know how malicious code was injected on Newegg’s billing page, but we do know how Newegg could have drastically decreased the likelihood of a breach: CSP.
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Everything is Broken and I Don't Know Why, Part 2 of Infinity

There are few things in life that we enjoy more than good, healthy, broken code. This is our second post in a new series on why things break and how to fix them.
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Everything is Broken and I Don't Know Why

There are few things in life that we enjoy more than good, healthy, broken code. Our new series on why things break and how to fix them.
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12 Days of Integrations — Google Cloud Platform

On the tenth day of integrations, Sentry brings to you a GIF and ornament celebrating our integration with Google Cloud Platform.
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Dodging S3 Downtime With Nginx and HAProxy

How we took eggs out of the S3 basket.
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Releasing Open Source Sentry

Fresh off our latest Sentry 8.6 release, we wanted to explain how we version Sentry and why it matters to you.
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Welcome James Cunningham

We’re excited to announce that James Cunningham is joining the engineering team.James joins us from Urban Airship where he made phones beep…
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