One of the hairiest challenges of working with some legacy applications is that the code wasn't written to be testable. So writing meaningful tests is difficult or impossible.
If you've been using the Unix/Linux command line for any length of time, you're certainly familiar with time-saving techniques like tab completion and reverse-i-search. Chances are you use these darling keystroke-savers daily.
Today is a big day for us. It’s the first day of our OFFICIAL partnership with the fine folks over at PagerDuty.
Uptime and performance monitoring for ruby and rails applications
A screed + a screencast showing you how to host your own gems
Data makes things hard
Don't forget where you come from
Github flavored markdown lets you add structure, images, links and code to your comments. By the way, did you know that you can comment on an error just by replying to it's email notice? Pretty cool, huh?
Programming is awesome
There's never been a better time to upgrade
So your client just called...
The results are in: Honeybadger was able to grab a 50% market share of winning apps at Rails Rumble! Amid strong competition (in an apparently crowded market), the 'badger has landed as the clear favorite:
We were very excited when we found out we would get to sponsor this year's Rails Rumble competition, and are proud of all the great contestants and new apps that they've built using our favorite web framework!
Another rails rumble is over, and now we get to see the apps! There are almost too many entries this year to look at them all. But never fear, the intreped honeybadger team is here to help you sort through them with our much-awaited staff picks!