Bugsee Joins the Vendor Forum
August 09, 2017
Pete Goldin

Alex Fishman, Co-Founder and CEO of Bugsee, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Fishman spent more than a decade as an engineer, engineering manager, and business development executive for digital camera manufacturing giants Nikon to Lytro. He is a serial entrepreneur and enjoys being a longtime mentor and technology advisor to the startup community.

Bugsee providers bug and crash reporting. When a bug is reported or an app crashes, Bugsee automatically sends a notification to the bug tracker of your choice. The Bugsee dashboard then displays all the crucial data that led to the bug including short video clips capturing user actions that caused the problem and other information needed to squash the bug quickly and efficiently. Device specs, operating system versions, build details as well as all console logs and network requests are collected, displayed and synchronized.

Like a flight recorder or black box, Bugsee preserves user history and interactions with live apps on video, providing a powerful investigative tool for fast and efficient debugging and code fixing. No more back-and-forth with users, beta testers and QA. No more guesswork. No more behavior reenactments. With Bugsee, all the information needed to find and fix problematic bugs is right at your fingertips – displayed in a simple, visual manner that’s easy to comprehend and act on.

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