I was onsite at a client site today when they experienced an issue with one of their systems. No problem, check the logs, and get them back online. Turns out that there wasn’t much helpful information in the logs as they decided to implement a terrible exception handling “standard.”
We’ve been using Massive for a few years now and have been very pleased with it. If you don’t know, Massive is a micro ORM that makes use of C#’s dynamic data type. Well, we stumbled across a bug the other day that had us scratching our heads for a while.
One of our clients’ email volume was easily in the 2MM+/month range as the company has a large sales force (100k+). Email is a critical component for them. It has to be reliable and timely so that they can effectively message, schedule, and direct those sales folks, often at a moments notice.