Perf4J 0.9.7 -
Perf4J is a set of utilities for calculating and displaying perfomance statistics for Java code. For developers who are familiar with logging frameworks such as log4j or java.util.logging, an analogy helps to describe Perf4J: Perf4J is to System.currentTimeMillis() as log4j is to System.out.println()
Java performance tooldarwin's firepython at master - GitHub
Python logging console for Firebug
FirePython is a sexy Python logger console integrated into Firebug.SourceForge.net: Scribe
Scribe is a server for aggregating log data streamed in real time from a large number of servers. It is designed to be scalable, extensible without client-side modification, and robust to failure of the network or any specific machine.
Looks like a handy addition to the toolkit
"Rails log file viewer."
log analyzer app for rails logs
Spike is a log file viewing & (if we’re being generous) analysis tool for Rails developers.
Desktop app for the Mac that shows Rails log files.Apacheのログ出力に追加しておいたほうがいい（かもしれない）設定
Apacheのマニュアル読めってことScott Hanselman's Computer Zen - ELMAH: Error Logging Modules and Handlers for ASP.NET (and MVC too!)
A cool tool for reporting errors on ASP.NET web sites
via Scott Hanselman's Computer Zenblackbirdjs - Google Code
Great looking js logging console for all browsersPython Debugging Techniques | Ayman Hourieh's Blog
code.interact(), Python debugger and logging
und the current line. Let's give it a try:Plumber Jack: Python Logging 101
Script lets you scroll logfiles automatically colorized making them a TON easier to read at a glance!Distributed Logging: Syslog-ng & Splunk - igvita.com
stream live logs from your Ruby, Haproxy, and Nginx processes into your Splunk database for easy debugging and profiling. Of course, same procedures apply to any other process on a remote server - make it log to syslog, and you can route it to Splunk!Product: Scribe - Facebook's Scalable Logging System | High Scalability
Logging level definition
A recent Stack Overflow post described one programmer's logging style. Here's what he logs: