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How to Open-Source a Ruby Monitoring Tool
December 3, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

We’re happy to say that we recently released the code for the TraceView Ruby instrumentation on Github as Open Source. There are a ton of benefits for AppNeta (and the community) in doing this so making the decision was easy… but the process of actually opening the repository and still keeping a few things private
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TraceView and Ruby: Now Open Source!
November 13, 2013 by

Company News

Open source is a big part of who we are at AppNeta. Take a glance at our public GitHub page and you’ll see some of our libraries (like TBone) and side projects (like Burndown). Until recently, though, we hadn’t released any of TraceView’s core components. We’re very happy to say that, thanks to Peter Lombardo’s
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New Features in Burndown
September 6, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

A few months ago we announced Burndown, an open source web application for tracking the progress of Github milestones. For those of you that missed out: Harnessing the power of the mighty Github API, Burndown provides a dead simple way to generate a burndown chart for any Github milestone. This is helpful for tracking both
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