March 25th, 2016 • By Mike Smith
Rollbar is hitting the road. Catch one (or more) or our team members at the following events in the next few months. We welcome the opportunity to talk to you about your projects, answer your questions and share some Rollbar swag. If you see us at an event, please stop by and say "Hi.”
The Lone Star PHP Conference brings together great PHP speakers and topics into a fantastic two-day event that is 'clap, clap, clap' deep in the heart of Texas. Catch me, Mike Smith (and local Texan) handing out Rollbar swag and making friends. ;)
EmberConf is the flagship event of the Ember community. It’s two days of sessions, talks, and good times with the Ember Core Team and community members from around the world. Our CEO and Co-founder Brian Rue will be there, so say hi if you happen to see anyone in a Rollbar shirt.
We’re ending our tour of Oregon at this years Ruby on Ales event. Ruby on Ales is a two-day single track Ruby conference, with a super cool name. It is two full days of presentations, networking and good ole fashion community fellowship.
RailsConf is the largest gathering of Rails developers in the world, not to mention the largest gathering of Rubyists. We'll be sponsoring and exhibiting, so stop by and say hi, learn about updates to our ruby gem and grab some of our new Rollbar swag.
PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the community using and developing the open-source Python programming language. Organized by the awesome folks in the Python community. We are sponsoring and exhibiting for the first time at PyCon. Please stop by our booth and say hi, talk shop and grab some new Rollbar swag.
We’re making office hours available during these events. Schedule some time with us to sit down with a Rollbar expert to show you how you can level-up your app monitoring and error handling processes. Visit us at our booth or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get something scheduled.
If you haven’t already, signup for a 14-day free trial of Rollbar and let us help you defeat annoying errors in your applications. :-)