In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about the reasons why you should log errors, how it’s not just for debugging, where to save logs, and apps and packages to help with logging.Sentry - Sponsor
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- 00:25 Welcome
- 01:37 Sponsor: Sentry
- 02:16 What is logging? Why log?
- 04:59 Logging isn’t just for debugging
- 08:22 What do we log?
- 13:34 What not to log
- 14:58 Development, staging, and production
- 17:36 Logging bots
- 19:33 Where to put logs
- 20:59 How to log
- Log Tail
- Paper Trail
- Sematext Logs