Internet of Things
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We Just Gave $154,999.89 to Open Source Maintainers
Sentry is an open source company. We started out in 2008 as a small open source side project, and we grew within the community for years…
Automate, Group, and Get Alerted: A Best Practices Guide to Monitoring your Code - Part 2
This is part two of a two-part series on how to monitor code health at scale with Sentry.
Hacktoberfest is Upon Us
Ah, October. Pumpkin spice fills the nostrils of Northern Hemispherians, spring stirs the air in the South, and DigitalOcean & Friends bring…
Automate, Group, and Get Alerted: A Best Practices Guide to Monitoring your Code - Part 1
This is part one of a two-part series on how to monitor code health at scale with Sentry.
Find the right person at the right time to fix the right issue with SCIM for Okta, Code Owners with GitHub, and more
If you know someone who actually likes managing work across projects, we’d love to meet this mythical being. Because we can’t imagine who…
Fluttering our Mobile Wings
Once a year we let our imagination go wild for a whole week during our annual Hackweek event. It’s where we come up with product updates…
Become A Hidden Champion. Work With Me In Vienna.
A term of business endearment — if there is such a thing — is to call a company a hidden champion. It’s bestowed on businesses who quietly…
A Sanity Listicle for Mobile Developers
Before we look to April, let’s recap some of our most notable mobile updates from this past month with a few tips on how to solve what matters faster and a sneak peek of what's coming next
Funding Open Source
Sentry gave $20,000 to open source projects in 2019 and is committed to contributing $100,000 in 2020.
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.
Scaling Techqueria with Sentry's Open Source Grant
In March, we awarded Sentry's Open Source Grant to Latinx non-profit Techqueria. Here's a look at their progress, six months later.
Congratulations to Sentry's Open Source Grant Recipient
Thank you to everyone who applied — we sincerely appreciate the time and effort spent detailing your open source hopes and dreams.
Welcome Anton Ovchinnikov
Anton Ovchinnikov joins the Sentry team
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?
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.
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.
Sentry Raises $16 Million Series B from NEA and Accel
We recently raised an additional $16 million in funding from our partners at NEA and Accel. What are we going to do with these additional funds?
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