Caplin Hack Day VII – TimeSheets by TimeWarp

On this years Caplin Hackday we decided to rewrite the timesheet tool used by the company to track time spent on projects and in general. The current timesheet can be very user unfriendly at times. For example when the user ...Read More

Caplin Hack Day VII – MarketLens by McRitlain

Periodically, the whole of the engineering team have a Hack Day at Caplin. Teams of up to four have 24 Hours straight to produce something new, innovative and cool. This time we decided to produce a new way of visualising ladders ...Read More

Embracing Node.js

Repost from bladerunnerjs.org/ James Turner on 13 Dec 2013In the last couple of years Node.js has exploded onto the web development stage. (I’m going to assume that you are familiar with Node.js. If you’re not, and you’re doing web-development then get learning here, here and  ...Read More

The good, the JNI and the JNA

In Caplin we constantly work on improving our products, feature as well as technology wise. In order to evaluate new things, we are allowed to take one dev-day every two weeks to look into technologies we like or think might be ...Read More

Hackday VI: Caplin Tailor

Twice a year Caplin developers, designers and business analysts have the opportunity to down tools on their projects and work on an idea or concept of their own during a 24 hour Hack Day. The theme for this Hack Day was ...Read More

Hack Day VI: Lo-Fi Mobile

Every six months, Caplin hold a Hack Day. Widely popular among staff, it is a time when developers can unleash their creativity for 24 hours and pursue personal ideas for fun and prizes. No business case need be made for an ...Read More

Augmented reality table tennis

https://vimeo.com/111113027 Caplin recently organised the sixth company Hackday, which, we all agree, was the best so far. You can get a ...Read More

HackDay 6 – Hack-o-ween roundup

Last Friday saw another 24-hour coding-fest at Caplin HQ. All engineering staff were asked to form teams for a start on Thursday lunchtime and build something cool to demo on Friday afternoon. For a number of people furiously working on their ...Read More

Find bugs automatically with Git and BladeRunnerJS

Fixing bugs is often a long and frustrating process. Especially if a bug sneaked into the code base some time ago, it's not really obvious and has only now been discovered by accident. Sometimes developers will just fix a bug and ...Read More