We are excited to publicly announce our Series A and also thrilled to have this event featured in TechCrunch. You can find Anthony Ha’s article here but to mark the occasion, we wanted to write a few words of our own. Read More
Backtrace technical docs, conferences, and industry news.
Backtrace sponsored and attended GothamGo this year in our hometown of NYC. We were excited to meet with many other Gophers, attend a day full of interesting talks, and give a talk of our own. Keep reading for a quick recap of the conference, especially if you’re considering attending next year. In comparison to GopherCon,… Read More
Earlier this year we published a post titled Implementing A Debugger: The Fundamentals. This post gave an overview of debuggers, what they do, and how they work. In today’s post, we build upon this knowledge and talk about our journey of extending Backtrace’s debugger to support Go. Intro If you have the time and haven’t… Read More
Backtrace is pleased to announce our free minidump beta. Software teams can now take control of their crashes by using Backtrace to capture, aggregate, and analyze their minidumps across their entire deployment base. If you are interested in taking part in our free minidump beta, sign up here and we’ll get back to you shortly.… Read More
Think about the last time you pushed a release. Release cut, QA tests passed, and the monitoring games begin. Latency numbers, RPS, and CPU look normal, nothing to be alarmed of…An hour later, things start to break. Customers are calling in complaining about disconnects and the machines that are still up are overloaded. In moments… Read More