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GothamGo 2016

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

Building a Go Debugger

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

Implementing a Debugger: The Fundamentals

This is the first of a two-part series describing the implementation of a generic debugging tool. Part one covers the core internals of a debugger; part two focuses on extending a debugger to support a specific programming language — Go. Implementing a debugging tool may seem like a monumental task. gdb, one of the most… Read More

Announcing First-Class Go Support

Backtrace is an end-to-end debugging platform that software engineering and support teams use to improve software reliability by automating and enhancing the error management process. We are pleased to announce first-class support for Go with the latest release of our platform. With Backtrace, discover where goroutines were created and why they might be waiting; capture… Read More