RoastLogger updates

I’m excited to be writing about some very cool new features in our latest version of RoastLogger, our client application which roasters use to log hundreds of roasts each day all over the world. Roast Profile Translation / Zoom at Temperature If you’ve followed @RoastLog on Twitter, you may have Read more…

Cupping, part deux

When RoastLog launched at the SCAA show in Anaheim in April 2010, we had a cupping module.  No doubt, recording data and keeping detailed records on how you roast is important for several reasons. One of the most important is that you can produce better tasting coffee. At the time, Read more…

Burning it down

Things have been heating up over here at RoastLog.  Working with customers is always one of the best parts of our jobs, and we’ve been cranking out some great new features based on user feedback.  Today, I wanted to highlight one of those. You know you roast coffee, and you Read more…

New RoastLogger features

I’m very very excited to talk about some long requested RoastLogger features which will be landing in the next week or so.  Cutting straight to the chase, they are: Improved feedback when a roast doesn’t upload successfully Spacebar shortcut for starting and saving a roast Selectable profiles in the Roast Read more…

RoastLog fall update

If there’s one thing I hate, it’s a stale blog.  Embarrassingly, this poor blog hasn’t seen much love lately, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy.  Here are a few highlights about how we spent our summer. 4-input Data Bridge Jeez…we’ve been talking about this for so long even Read more…

SCAA 2011 Wrap-up

Several folks have asked us how this year’s SCAA convention went for us at RoastLog.  After answering that question several times, here is how I think it went for us: Last year in Anaheim we arrived at the conference with zero customers and basically said, “RoastLog is open for business!” Read more…