A Beginner's Guide to Exceptions in Ruby

The other day I was searching for an introduction to Ruby exceptions written for beginners - people who know basic Ruby syntax but aren't really sure what an exception is or why it's useful. I couldn't find one, so I decided to have a go at it myself. I hope you find it useful.

What Ruby Conferences Can Teach Us About Leadership

Our recent sponsorship of Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016 showcases the growing diversity of the community - and the emphasis on non-technical content. Here's why it matters for developers looking into leadership positions.

A Rubyist's Guide to Big-O Notation

Big-O notation gives you crucial insight into why your apps aren't as fast as you'd like them to be. In this post we'll uncover the meaning of things like `O(N^2)` and show how to use these concepts to speed up your apps and your database queries.

How to Track Errors in Your Chrome Extension

Building a Chrome extension? Here’s a way to track and report errors using Honeybadger. In this post, Sam Smith of Sigstr shares how he set up Honeybadger to track errors, using CommonJS examples in our document library.

New: Improvements on Honeybadger's User Interface

Our newest UI change includes a fully responsive site, code snippets, and easier navigation between fault occurrences. Learn more.

What Seasoned Developers Should Know About Learning Elixir

Sometimes it pays to learn new tools to solve problems. Here are three ElixirConf 2016 talks you should check out if you're a seasoned developer, but new to Elixir.

How to Manage Application Secrets in EC2

Are you deploying your apps to EC2 and wondering how to store your application secrets? Learn how to use KMS and IAM roles to store your secrets on S3 securely.

Introducing: Honeybadger for Python 3

Get the same support for Django as you do for Rails. Honeybadger now officially supports Python 3.

3 Questions to Validate Your Product Idea

Here are three questions to ask yourself when validating a product idea - and how Honeybadger used them to turn their product idea into a profitable business.

Here Are The Results of the Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016 Ticket Giveaway

The winner of our Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016 ticket giveaway is a toy designer by trade. Learn more.