Application troubleshooting market research

52% of application issues took over half a day to fix – market research

Stackify Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Stackify Product & Company Updates

Stackify’s Application Troubleshooting Survey Reveals Integrated Tools Lead to Significant Response Time Improvements. 37% of developers rely on user notifications to identify issues, yet integrated tools reduce customer impact by 62%   Embed Our Infographic On Your Site! <img src=”” alt=”Application troubleshooting infographic – An Infographic from Stackify” width=”100%”/><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>Embedded from <a …

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Stackify Unveils a Revolutionary Smart Error and Log Management Solution

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We are happy to announce the release of the new Error and Log Management (SmartELM) solution – unifying two product categories and expediting time to resolution. Stackify’s SmartELM solution provides the first of its kind integrated error tracking and logging management solution that allows application developers and DevOps teams to easily discover application issues and fix them before their customers are affected. …

Help is on the way for developers troubleshooting apps

Stackify Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Stackify Product & Company Updates

In the past several years applications evolved and became more complex, pushing developers to play a more central role in supporting them. However the tools that developers are using to troubleshoot application issues haven’t properly evolved and remain very limited. Logs are still being dumped to endless files on different servers, making finding the right info in time of crisis …

C# Logging Best Practices

How to Take Logging to the Next Level With Improved .NET Logging Best Practices

Jason Taylor Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources Leave a Comment

Logging. We should be doing this better by now! What do I mean? There are several logging frameworks and libraries out there, and most developers use one or more of them every day. A few examples off the top of my head for .Net developers are log4net, NLog, elmah, and Serilog. They are simple, easy to use and work great for …

Best Developer Websites

Websites Every Developer Should Visit: Programming News, Tutorials & More

Angela Stringfellow Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources Leave a Comment

In every industry, there are at least a handful of experts considered authorities on the subject. Most have a blog or website, making them the premier trusted resources industry-wide. Likewise, you’ll usually find a community or two where all the professionals immersed in the field turn to when they need to converse with like-minded professionals. The same holds true in …

Best Ted Talks For Developers

Best TED Talks For Web and App Developers

Kyle Claypool Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

TED Talks are an endless source of information. Some of the most influential names in the world have given us priceless information using this platform. There are thousands of videos to sort through. Many of them spark imagination and refuel that go-getter attitude in all of us. In the development community especially, that go-getter attitude tends to fade after constant …

Windows Azure Diagnostics: The Bad, The Ugly, and a Better Way

Jason Taylor Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources Leave a Comment

If you’re a .Net web developer today, no doubt you’ve enjoyed watching Windows Azure grow up over the past couple of years. The platform has scaled, stabilized (mostly), and added on a slew of great (and sometimes overdue) features. What was once just an endpoint to host a solution, developers today have tremendous flexibility and options in the platform. Organizations …

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Stackify Gives Devs a Crack at the Production Server

Matt Watson Developer Career Development, Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Originally published on on 7/9/2012 by David Rubinstein. It was one of those interviews where you get finished talking about a company’s product, and you wonder aloud, “Well, THAT makes sense! Why hasn’t anyone thought of that before?” Matt Watson, CEO of Kansas City, Mo.-based startup Stackify, was telling me that the 10-person company is getting ready to launch its product …