Heisenbugs 101: Guide to Resolving Heisenbugs

Welcome fellow developer, I can see you’ve traveled a long road, why don’t you stay a while and listen? I’ve got some fantastic stories to share; Lessons to imbue your debugging skills with power and wisdom, adding at least 1000 XP to take you to the next level and make your future travels much safer. Hmm, now, where should we start? Have you already faced the terrifying Heisenbugs? They are truly fantastic.


How to Debug Cloudflare Workers with AppSignal

In this article, you’ll learn how to capture error logs in your Cloudflare Workers application using AppSignal. We’ll build a simple workers project and integrate AppSignal’s code to collect the necessary metrics. We’ll also learn how to utilize AppSignal’s dashboard to analyze and track errors. Let’s get stuck in!


How to Perform Python Remote Debugging

Debugging is the process of identifying, analyzing and removing errors in the software. It is a process that can start at any stage of the software development, even as early as the software has been written. Sometimes, remote debugging is necessary. In the simplest terms, remote debugging is debugging an application running in a remote environment like production and staging.


11 Best Tips to Node.js Debugging that You Didn't Know

When people hear the term "Node.js Debugging," they immediately think of the function "console.log()." They also assumed that's how pros debug Node.js applications. Nah!!! That's not good enough, mate. You'll need more than the console.log() function to debug your Node.js application like a pro. If the proper technique is not taken before testing, debugging a Node.js application might be difficult. Testing is an essential part of the development process for any application, software, or website.


How Istio, Tempo, and Loki speed up debugging for microservices

“How am I supposed to debug this?" Just imagine: Late Friday, you are about to shut down your laptop and … an issue comes up. Warnings, alerts, red colors. Everything that we, developers, hate the most. The architect decided to develop that system based on microservices. Hundreds of them! You, as a developer, think why? Why does the architect hate me so much? And then, the main question of the moment: How am I supposed to debug this?


Serverless observability and real-time debugging with Dashbird

Systems run into problems all the time. To keep things running smoothly, we need to have an error monitoring and logging system to help us discover and resolve whatever issue that may arise as soon as possible. The bigger the system the more challenging it becomes to monitor it and pinpoint the issue. And with serverless systems with 100s of services running concurrently, monitoring and troubleshooting are even more challenging tasks.


It's Time To Turn On The Light With Dynamic Log Verbosity

As we recently discussed, many of us are still lost in the darkness, grasping for a log line to shed some light on the issue we are trying to troubleshoot. Many of our customers and colleagues have shared the following challenges with us: But what if we didn’t have to make such a choice? What if we could easily and efficiently switch on exactly the logs we needed, without hurting our application?


Get To The Root Cause Faster With Rookout's Live Debugger - Now Available On The Azure Marketplace

We have recently launched our disruptive Live Debugger on the Azure Marketplace, making it easier than ever before for teams on the Microsoft stack to slash the time they invest in debugging. We are excited about this, as we have been working closely with Microsoft to make sure that both large international enterprises as well as smaller and scaling startups have direct access to Rookout, to make the most out of our dynamic observability solutions.