John Daniel “JD” Trask has been making software for 25 years. Along the way, he has learned a lot about software architecture and what matters if you really want it to work. Raygun is the company he co-founded, which has gained interest in the software development community for its error monitoring capabilities. It is now introducing Raygun APM as new entrant into the application performance monitoring market competing with the likes of giants like New Relic.
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, Trask talks about what it takes to develop great software and provides a demonstration of the company's APM service, a platform designed to detect, diagnose and resolve errors for software developers. It offer one centralized tool to detect, diagnose and resolve errors and performance problems no matter where they occur or what the cause, according to a Raygun post about the new service.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/UyfHI7m_4Zo