This week, we're delighted to have Roman Stepanenko helping to answer questions about a Structural Java Exception search engine called BrainLeg. BrainLeg was created to make troubleshooting of java exceptions as efficient as possible - you search by your entire exception stacktrace, and since BrainLeg searches for exceptions structurally you spend less time looking at irrelevant exceptions and focus on the ones similar to yours!
The promotion starts Tuesday, August 6th 2013 and will end on Friday, August 9th 2013.
We'll be selecting four random posters in this forum to win a full year of premium package for BrainLeg's Private Exception Repository where you can create a unified project support knowledge base across all members of the Dev team, QA, Support, and Operations.
This week, we're delighted to have Roman Stepanenko helping to answer questions about the new software BrainLeg.
Welcome to the Ranch. Hope you have a great time here and come back to visit us often.
And, from the initial sounds of it, more info on BrainLeg is exactly what I need... Because, trying to teach a tech support guy how to get the relevant info from a Java Exception stacktrace is ofttimes exasperating!
As a note, I just gave the Exception Search a spin.... NICE!!! VERY nice!! That is slick. I'll likely be bringing a project over in the VERY near future.
Thanks for all your hard work.
"I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use."
-- Galileo Galilei
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