3 Things We Learned @UX London 2011

Just last week the UX team at Caplin had the fortune of attending UX London 2011, the largest UX conference in the UK, for three days of talks and workshops. Some of the biggest names in the industry from all over ...Read More

Benchmarking Caplin Liberator

As the financial comet-streaming engine space becomes more commoditised, vendor selection processes for market data distribution and trade capture projects are both becoming more commonplace and more exacting in their functional and non-functional requirements. One typical non-functional requirement is for high comet engine ...Read More

Could Mobile Safari become the next IE 6?

I heard a great quote a year or two ago about how software developers always want to reinvent the wheel. Most other scientific disciplines require you to learn from others before building upon what they have done. Sir Issac Newton's oft quoted "if ...Read More

Breaking Development 2011

Breaking Development 2011 (Design and Development for the Mobile Web) is now over. The line up of speakers was excellent with many of the leading voices for the mobile web presenting. Although I didn't attend I was following the Twitter stream avidly. ...Read More

IE10 preview already available!

Before IE9 has started walking and talking, Microsoft have just announced at MIX11 that they are already well underway with the development of IE10 and developers can download the first platform preview release. They are aiming for a September beta, and ...Read More

Caplin: A hands-free SDP and the testing challenge

One of the recent challenges our QA team has been facing is our upcoming release of a hands-free single-dealer trading platform. Here's a brief explanation for those of you that are unfamiliar with the concept: in an ever increasing mobile environment, one of the ...Read More