I’m been programming since child legs in everything from “basic” to assembly language.
A few years ago I had enough of crappy error pages, exception messages without context that I’ve forgot to to include in the log.
So I started working on OneTrueError and have put everything together during late nights after work at the same time as I’ve got a second child, built a new house and had a tragedy in the family.
Now that we’ve finally funded we’re starting with this seriously.
Thus what you see here started from utter frustration due to crappy error handling and ended with OneTrueError, a product based on a lot of love and passion.
However, it might be our passion. But what do you think? Is it your salvation too? What can we do better? What works for you?