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Sentry at AWS re:Invent

Sentry will be at at AWS re:Invent on November 26 through 30 in Las Vegas. We hope to see you there! Unless you’re not going.
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Purdue University's Retired .NET Peer Review App & the Path to Error Monitoring

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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The Monitor — Andy Tuba, Senior Software Developer at Reddit

In this sixth edition of The Monitor, Andy Tuba discusses Reddit's review and deploy process (and also plays some serious tuba).
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How Clubhouse.io used Objective-C + the Sentry React Native Integration for Post-Launch Error Tracking

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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Shipping Sentry 9

Sentry 9 is a release that was long in the making, touched by virtually every member of our application engineering team in some way.
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A Comedy of Errors -- Or Weis of Rookout

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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Learning Difficult Infrastructure Lessons with Conor McDermottroe of Circle CI

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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Alias Matching & G Suite: OneLogin's Rich Chetwynd Puts Security to the Test

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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Sentry's Slack Integration Just Got Better

You’ve always been able to receive Slack notifications about errors the moment they arise. Now you can do so much more.
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The Monitor — Stephen Boak, Senior Product Designer at Datadog

In this fifth edition of The Monitor, Stephen Boak discusses Datadog's approach to monitoring (how appropriate) and product design.
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GDPR, Sentry, and You

GDPR goes into effect in the EU on May 25th. What do you need to do to ensure your organization is GDPR compliant with Sentry?
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How Matthew Machuga of AuthO Narrowly Avoided Launch Catastrophe

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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The Monitor — Valentino Volonghi, CTO of AdRoll

In this fourth edition of The Monitor, Vincent Volonghi discusses AdRoll's approach to minimizing errors while handling 70 billion requests per day
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Using XDate & Moment.js to Solve Daylight Savings Time (DST) Bugs with Adam Shaw of FullCalendar

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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Strut Your Stuff with Strut

Who doesn’t want a theme song that plays whenever they arrive at work? Literally everyone wants this. That's why Strut brings entrance music to all.
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Dive into Monitoring with The Monitor

The Monitor is Sentry’s new video series in which we talk to customers about their own approaches to monitoring.
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Angular’s Built-in Date Pipe & Internet Explorer (IE): A Look at Branch Messenger's Login Issue

In A Comedy of Errors, we talk to engineers about the weirdest, worst, and most interesting issues they’ve encountered (and resolved) over the years.
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The Winter 2017 Sentry HACKWEEK Roundup

Last week was Sentry's winter HACKWEEK and we built some fantastic projects. And also, yes, we know it's still fall.
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