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An Interview with Chris Cummer, WTFUtil

WTFUtil (also known as WTF), a personal information dashboard for your terminal, is a popular open-source project that can monitor your systems, services, and other important information right from your terminal. With over 13,000 stargazers and over 150 contributors, WTF is a popular tool with Golang developers and DevOps.

Introducing Airbrake Capture for DevOps

Imagine if you could use Airbrake to not only identify errors and performance issues in your code, but to capture output from various tools in your DevOps toolchain.

Introducing Airbrake Teams

User access management should be simple, yet powerful. That’s why we’ve rolled out Airbrake Teams! With Teams, you’ll have complete control over who has access to projects, account settings, and more.  Continue reading to learn more about it.  What are Teams?  Teams are logical groupings of users with defined roles and access within the Airbrake…

An Interview With TJ DeVries, Neovim

Neovim (also known as Nvim), a hyperextensible vim-based text editor, is a popular open-source project that is focused on extensibility and usability, with over 51,000 stargazers and over 700 contributors, We interviewed one of the members of the Neovim Core Team, TJ DeVries, about Neovim’s success. During the day, TJ is a Software Developer at…

Solving the Puzzle of Goal Setting Within Engineering Teams

Goal setting is a simple concept that is difficult to follow through even with the best agile engineering teams. In fact, according to a recent survey conducted by Bridges Consultancy, 48% of leaders fail to implement their strategies successfully. While this is a huge decrease from the 90% failure rate they saw in 2004, there’s…

LogicMonitor’s Application Error Monitoring Platform Airbrake Wins 2022 DEVIES Award

Airbrake earns recognition during DeveloperWeek 2022 for excellence in App Analytics/Testing –  SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb. 8, 2022 – LogicMonitor, the leading SaaS-based observability and IT operations data collaboration platform for enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs), today announced that Airbrake, a LogicMonitor product, has won a 2022 DEVIES Award in the App Analytics/Testing category. The DEVIES Awards are…

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Have a 400 Bad Request Error? Clear Cookies and Other Fixes

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The 400 Bad Request Error is an HTTP response status code indicating that the server was unable to process the request sent by the client due to invalid syntax. As…

JavaScript RangeError: Invalid Array Length

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Moving right along with our JavaScript Error Handling series, we next come to the Invalid Array Length error. The Invalid Array Length error occurs whenever an Array object has a…

JavaScript Error Handling – SyntaxError: JSON.parse: bad parsing

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Traveling deftly through to the next item in our JavaScript Error Handling series, today we’re taking a hard look at the JSON Parse error. The JSON Parse error, as the…

An Interview with Chris Cummer, WTFUtil

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WTFUtil (also known as WTF), a personal information dashboard for your terminal, is a popular open-source project that can monitor your systems, services, and other important information right from your terminal. With over 13,000 stargazers and over 150 contributors, WTF is a popular tool with Golang developers and DevOps.

Airbrake Breadcrumbs: A Snapshot of Events Leading to an Error

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Breadcrumbs are a snapshot of events that lead up to a specific error occurrence. Things like web requests, user interactions like clicks or keyboard presses, and navigation updates are all recorded…

Introducing Airbrake Capture for DevOps

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Imagine if you could use Airbrake to not only identify errors and performance issues in your code, but to capture output from various tools in your DevOps toolchain.

Have a JavaScript Unexpected Token Error? Check Your Syntax

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Today, we are discussing the Unexpected Token Error within our JavaScript Error Handling series. The Unexpected Token error is a subset of the SyntaxError. That means it only appears when…

Ruby Exception Handling: SyntaxError

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Today we continue our in-depth Ruby Exception Handling series with a dive into the SyntaxError exception class. A SyntexError is the fifth most common error within coding projects, according to The 2022 Airbrake Error…

Ruby Exception Handling: ArgumentError

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As our journey through the Ruby Exception Handling series continues, today we’ll be taking a closer look at the ArgumentError. According to The 2022 Airbrake Error Data Report, the ArgumentError occurs in around…

Ruby Exception Handling: RuntimeError

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Making our way through our Ruby Exception Handling series our next stop brings us to the default raised exception class in Ruby, the RuntimeError. A RuntimeError is raised when attempting…

Ruby Exception Handling: TypeError

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Next on the docket of our Ruby Exception Handling series is the lovable TypeError class. TypeErrors are fairly simple and are raised when an object that was passed as an…

Ruby Exception Handling: NoMethodError

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Continuing through our Ruby Exception Handling series, today we’ll be taking a look at the NoMethodError in Ruby. According to The 2022 Airbrake Error Data Report, the NoMethodError is the…