Updates and bug fixes

This update is a bit late to all of our existing customers.  We’ve been plugging away diligently here at RoastLog on a few new (and major) things, but have also made some updates to our existing software.  Here is the latest and greatest: RoastLogger The current version is now 0.9.8, Read more…

Our 2010 blog in review

Here is the summary of our blog for its very first year.  Lesson learned, more celebrities! While we’re here, I may as well summarize 2010 for RoastLog.  In early January of 2010, we didn’t have a product.  We had a prototype circuit board, very very rough prototype which I had Read more…

Searching for time

One thing the three of us struggle with on a daily basis over here is time.  RoastLog is a real business with real customers paying us real money.  However, the money we earn from RoastLog isn’t enough to pay the bills for one person, let alone three.  This means that Read more…

August updates

We usually send these updates directly to our users via email, but thought blogging about the updates going on over here may be interesting to a wider audience. This past Friday, when the rest of the coffee world was (hopefully) getting some rest and relaxation, we rolled out about a Read more…

Our first site outage

This past Thursday, at approximately 3:30 pm Pacific Time, we experienced out first site outage. I  set up some basic monitoring through Pingdom which checks that our site is online and healthy every five minutes.  I got an email at about 3:30 alerting me that there was a problem.  At Read more…

Our first policy change

When Ted, Ryan and I got together and started working on RoastLog, it was very clear from the beginning that we all wanted to form a company which treated its customers like people with valid and important feedback, rather than like people who just paid us.  Our whole product is Read more…