by Jason Gilman

Jason will be speaking at the DC Ruby Users Group next Wednesday, February 13. Register now to save your spot.

Jason will be talking about debugging with visualizations and showing off some awesome examples from his work with NASA.

We all build complicated applications that do amazing things. They juggle state for thousands of objects, perform complicated algorithms across multiple threads, and stay up for weeks or months at a time. We need to understand what’s happening in our applications. Until now the primary means of communication from application to developer has been symbolic; in gigabytes of logs, alert statements, stack traces, and emails. We can do better. Jason will argue the case that we should be building visualizations to debug our code and give you tips on how to build your own.