It’s 2pm and I am in a meeting with a UI/UX designer to help us design a few new interactions on the platform. I go to the project settings page to invite the designer.
Railtown is happy to announce that root cause discovery is now available for teams that run on NodeJS.
While .NET is one of the most loved frameworks according to Stack Overflow Developer Survey for 2021, that popularity can bring issues for .NET error logging. There are “hundreds of thousands” of .NET packages available on NuGet, so developers can end up with an overwhelming tech stack to simply analyze .NET performance and monitor errors. How can you efficiently debug your code even as it scales up with all the third-party libraries you might use and their associated configurations? One simple but commonly overlooked answer: logging.