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Introducing: Sentry's Unified PHP SDK

We're trying to provide the best PHP support we can, including this shiny new unified PHP SDK.
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New Features, Greater Visibility

Sentry’s newest features provide both macro- and micro-level perspective of trends in your errors and application's health.
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Exception Perceptions: 4 Best Practices for Using Docker Compose

On the newest episode of Exception Perceptions, Docker Captain Bret Fisher helps us master Docker Compose.
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Find and Fix Bugs Faster with Updated GitLab Integration

To give greater visibility into errors, we added release and commit tracking as well as suspect commits to our GitLab integration.
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How HTTP Toolkit Debugs Netlify Errors with Sentry

Your code is going to break eventually, and you need the tools to fix it.
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Debug Your Node.js Projects with Source Maps

We now support source maps for Node.js projects. Here's a look at how to generate and make those source maps available for Sentry.
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Welcome Anton Ovchinnikov

Anton Ovchinnikov joins the Sentry team
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How Sentry Thrives as an Open Source Software Company

Sentry is open source, which we all know to be a good, noble thing. But how does Sentry make money?
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Big, New Features Coming Very Soon

Here's a preview of a few upcoming features.
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Looking Back on 2018

2016 was a big year for us. 2017 was even bigger. You know what that means: 2018 was the biggest yet.
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The Sentry Workflow — Triage

Errors suck. And you don’t want to spend your time fixing or investigating them. In our Workflow series, we’ll help you optimize your workflow, from crash to resolution.
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Prioritize Errors that Matter with Sentry + Jira Server

We've added support for Jira Server, including issue management, two-way issue sync, and organization-wide settings.
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Welcome Mimi Nguyen

Mimi Nguyen joins the Sentry team
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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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Apply for Sentry's Open Source Grant

We're offering three months of funding to an individual dedicated to working on an open source project with the Sentry Open Source Grant.
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Exception Perceptions: KonMari Your Containers with Kubernetes

On the newest episode of Exception Perceptions, InfluxData Developer Advocate Katy Farmer takes us on a journey of Kubernetes discovery.
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Debug Tough Front-end Errors by Giving Sentry More Clues

Maximize your front-end debugging potential in Sentry with just a few manual optimizations.
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Welcome Kathrin Bierhaus

Kathrin Bierhaus joins the Sentry team
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The Sentry Workflow — Alert

Errors suck. And you don’t want to spend your time fixing or investigating them. In our Workflow series, we’ll help you optimize your workflow, from crash to resolution.
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Welcome Bruno Garcia

Bruno Garcia joins the Sentry team
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