How do you evaluate the cost of building and maintaining your own crash reporting solution?

If used correctly crash reporting will improve your team's technical support abilities while decreasing time spent on individual issues.

As part of our continuing security program at BugSplat, we’re switching to an authentication service called Auth0 for all of our account logins. Read the post to learn more.

When your job is to launch rockets into space, even the smallest error in your code can be catastrophic. Here's how NASA keeps their software from crashing.

How can a rubber duck improve your development process? For many developers these toys have become an integral part of their development process.

No clue what crash reporting is? Think you know but could use a refresher? Here we cover the basics of crash reporting: what it is, and why we need it. Consider this your crash course in crash reporting.

At BugSplat we are passionate about preventing software and video game crashes - but not all crashes are caused by bugs in code! In the early 80’s the video game industry was booming in North America. However, a crash was right around the corner.
What the heck happened? Why did the whole industry fall apart? How did it recover? And what impact did it have on the games we love to play today?

What our users are saying...


Dustin Henry is an Austin-based Sr. Developer for Atlassian’s Hipchat team. He tells us why crash reporting is for his team and how BugSplat has become part of their support process.


Kickstarter-backed indie video game Moonman talks about crash reporting during development and how to mix lemonade with beer.


Tom Vandervort is the cofounder at Planifi, a BugSplat customer, and big advocate for crash reporting.

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