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Exceptions are for developers to triage, categorise, and look at fixing. The focus for except.io was always the developers that were using it, rather than fancy bells and whistles, or expensive premium plans. Using GitHub for authentication and authorisation, I wanted to make sure it couldn't be easier to add tracking for exceptions to your apps. By also integrating with both Pivotal Tracker and GitHub issues, I've made it easier to actually action these exceptions too, alongside any other normal work you're doing on the app.
citysocializer wanted to bring their existing product up to date, with a more modern reboot of the same idea. I helped them start a brand new version of their core business idea, building a solution that would serve their users better, and also helping to build out their in-house development team to continue the good work I started.