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Sentry is an open-source product that helps software development teams become notified of software errors in production, as well as provide powerful tools to triage and debug those errors for quick resolution. Sentry is funded by Accel and NEA, and our users include Uber, Microsoft, Dropbox, and many others.
Selected blog posts
- Four reasons why your source maps are broken - Sentry blog, 2018
- Three tips for getting a talk accepted at Fluent - Medium, 2016
- What the heck is "Script error"? - Sentry blog, 2016
- We need a modern, open source performance book - Perfplanet, 2015
- The best tool for the job, isn't always - Medium, 2014
Recorded talks and panels
- Source maps through the looking glass - JSConf EU, 2017 🇩🇪
- JS error reporting and why we can't have nice things - JSConf UY, 2016 🇺🇾
- Re-evaluting front-end performance best practices - Full Stack Toronto, 2015 🇨🇦
- Panel: Build process - Edge Conference London, 2014 (moderator) 🇬🇧
- Backbone at Disqus: a postmortem - BackboneConf, 2014 🇺🇸
- Panel: Third-party scripts - Edge Conference NYC, 2013 🇺🇸
- Seamless iframes: the future, today - HTML5DevConf, 2013 🇺🇸
- Modern iframe programming - TXJS, 2011 🇺🇸
The best way to reach me is over email. Please note I do not respond to solicitations from recruiting agencies, outsourcing firms, product salespeople, etc.