A CPU Profiler for Node.js

Profiling real-world Node code is extremely difficult. It’s very hard to track which CPU cycles were used by what. Callbacks can execute in any order, and the call...

Conrad Irwin in Engineering on September 18th, 2014

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Bugsnag's CSS Architecture

A few months ago, a number of designers and UI engineers, inspired by a popular blog post from GitHub’s Mark Otto, published articles on their approaches to writing...

Max Luster in Design on September 11th, 2014

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Madison+ Ruby Conference

Bugsnag sponsored its first conference ever this year, Madison+ Ruby, and I don’t think we could’ve chosen a better event. Madison+ Ruby is a 3-day, single-track conference in...

Jessica Dillon in News on August 28th, 2014

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Golang support

At Bugsnag, we’ve been rewriting some of our high-throughput services in Golang. The only problem? There was no official Bugsnag support.

Conrad Irwin in Features on July 17th, 2014

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LiquidPlanner Support

Today we’re excited to announce LiquidPlanner integration for Bugsnag! If you enable LiquidPlanner in your Bugsnag dashboard, we can automatically create LiquidPlanner tasks when errors are detected in...

James Smith in Features on June 24th, 2014

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Bugsnag <3s Open Source

We at Bugsnag love open source. Supporting the open source community is important, so we are offering free Bugsnag to all open source projects!

Jessica Dillon in News on May 29th, 2014

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Timezone Selection Support

We’ve just released a hotly-requested feature, dashboard timezone selection! You can now choose between your local timezone and UTC from your user profile page:

Conrad Irwin in Features on 2014-05-14

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Python Notifier 2.0

We’ve just released version 2.0 of our Python Notifier, which powers Bugsnag error monitoring for Django, Flask, Tornado, WSGI and other Python apps.

James Smith in Features on May 13th, 2014

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Bugsnag HQ Tour

Many people have asked about us about our new office since we moved in last July, so here’s some fun facts about Bugsnag HQ!

James Smith in News on May 7th, 2014

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