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8 Time-Saving Tools for Easier C# Development

Save Time with These C# Tools Ask any developer what makes her coding life easier, and she will list several tools in her toolkit that help her perform a certain task. Whether it’s an IDE, a plugin, or even just a dependency library, these tools can shave off hours of development time. Most tools reduce […]

Lessons Learned from Using Regexes At Scale

Regexes: With Great Power Comes a Great Downside One day, you may find yourself wanting to use regexes to parse a large amount of data. You might even want to build a feature that exposes regexes to your users. Regexes are pretty sweet, and who wouldn’t want to enhance their product with the power of […]

Is Your Site Performance Eating Your Revenue?

Last week, shoppers at Amazon’s much-hyped sales event, Prime Day, were experiencing difficulty at the checkout. The issue appeared when shoppers attempted to add an item to their shopping cart, both on mobile and desktop versions. Reportedly, last year’s Prime Day was the second-largest sales day for Amazon in 2015, with total sales nearly 3.5-percent […]

Logging Facts Every DevOps Professional Should Know

Do You Have the Right Log Strategy? At Loggly, we’ve gained a good bit of knowledge about log management and log analysis from working with thousands of great customers for more than five years. We wanted to make this knowledge available to others, so we wrote a new eBook, The Field Guide to Log Management. […]

New Ways to Monitor Error and Exception Data

Errors and exceptions happen. It’s not a matter of if or even when; it’s a matter of how many. And in a software development world with faster innovation cycles and continuous delivery, smart DevOps teams need a log management system that proactively monitors for errors and exceptions so they know what’s “normal” and can act […]

How to Use Dashboards and Alerts for Data Monitoring

Data monitoring is a crucial component of any deployment. Being able to track and respond to changes in your infrastructure can help reduce downtime, increase performance, and improve the overall efficiency of your platform. In this post, we’ll explore two data aggregation methods that can vastly improve your logging experience: dashboards and alerting. We’ll explain […]

Introducing the Field Guide for Docker Logging

Docker is undoubtedly one of the most significant technology trends in the software industry. Interest has grown throughout the first half of this year as developers have moved the needle from hype to reality. To date, two billion Docker images have been pulled from Docker Hub, Docker’s public repository of pre-built images. And according to […]

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