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No substitute for reasoning about your software

Posted by Martin Pinner
There is an increasing drive to use tools, such as Jenkins, to help automate post-build tests in continuous integration (CI) pipelines.  The overall idea is to improve software quality through the use of dynamic error detection and...
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01 November 2018

Taking a probabilistic approach to fixing bugs

Posted by Martin Pinner
 
Does your organisation struggle to fix application errors? Are you able to capture enough information even to understand the problem? Are you able to reproduce the problem? Do you know who should be fixing them? Are you able to...
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19 October 2018

Why developers at Zynga think logs are a waste of time

Posted by Mick McGuinness

Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA) is a leading developer of the world's most popular social games that are played by millions of people around the world each day. 

RJ Lim, Senior Software Engineer at Zynga, found his team had to endlessly sift...

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24 February 2017

A guide to solving Java application errors in production - part 3

Posted by Martin Pinner
 
AP is proud to sponsor “ The complete guide to Solving Java Application Errors in Production” written by Alex Zhitnitsky at our friends OverOps. This blog is the final part of a 3-part series looking at each of the chapters. The...
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12 January 2017

A guide to solving Java application errors in production - part 2

Posted by Martin Pinner
 
AP is proud to sponsor “The complete guide to Solving Java Application Errors in Production” written by Alex Zhitnitsky at our friends OverOps. This blog is the second of a 3-part series looking at each of the chapters. The...
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06 January 2017

A guide to solving Java application errors in production - part 1

Posted by Martin Pinner
AP is proud to sponsor “The complete guide to Solving Java Application Errors in Production” written by Alex Zhitnitsky at our friends OverOps. This blog is the first of a 3-part series looking at each of the chapters.
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14 December 2016