2020 - April
CurrencyFair releases open-source PHP Apple Sign-In ClientPosted 30 Apr 2020 by Dave Earley
CurrencyFair open-sources their Apple Sign-In Client.
2019 - June
Ipc Spring 2019 Part 2Posted 17 Jun 2019 by Gareth Pelly
Part 2 of the International PHP Conference blog post.
Ipc Spring 2019 Part 1Posted 17 Jun 2019 by Gareth Pelly
The International PHP Conference has been running for more than 10 years and consistently attracts high quality speakers to present on very interesting topics.
2019 - April
Expo and React Native conference in KrakowPosted 23 Apr 2019 by Leszek Kasperczyk
App.js Conf was the first Expo & React Native conference in Europe
2017 - January
CurrencyFair releases OneSignal-Java-SDK as Open Source + Continuous Deployment with Travis CI and OSSRHPosted 20 Jan 2017 by Mateusz Bajorek
Developer Contributions Will Help Make OneSignal-Java-SDK Even Better
2016 - October
Phpnw 2016Posted 12 Oct 2016 by Gareth Pelly
A post conference review of PHPNW 2016
Phpcon PolandPosted 09 Oct 2016 by Gianluca Arbezzano
PHPCon Poland is a big conference about different open source and PHP solutions. I took part in this event as a speaker and I spoke about InfluxDB and time series database.
2016 - May
infoShare 2016 in GdańskPosted 23 May 2016 by Mateusz Bajorek
The 10th edition of infoShare - the largest conference on technology and new media in Central Europe - is behind us
2016 - April
Currencyfair Meetup Time Series And MonitoringPosted 11 Apr 2016 by Gianluca Arbezzano
CurrencyFair organizes our April Meetup about Time Series and monitoring
2016 - March
Road To The CloudconfPosted 23 Mar 2016 by Gianluca Arbezzano
The CloudConf is one of the most important conferences about CloudComputing in Europe, CurrencyFair was there!
2016 - January
Rasmus Lerdorf Php7Posted 14 Jan 2016 by Gareth Pelly
Rasmus Lerdorf recently spoke in Dublin on PHP7, what's new and the future of PHP.
2015 - March
Engineering Hiring ChallengesPosted 19 Mar 2015 by Paul Phillips
Hiring great software engineers is always difficult, but the current climate where engineers are in high demand adds extra challenges. With so much effort required, and a high cost associated per hire, you have to get the process right.
2014 - June
Testing Tools For Qa Before Going LivePosted 26 Jun 2014 by Ivan Frantar
Brief list of platforms and tools we use to test CurrencyFair before pushing a feature live
2014 - April
Choosing Sass As Our Css PreprocessorPosted 23 Apr 2014 by Ivan Frantar
A quick overview of how we are using SASS
Offset 2014Posted 15 Apr 2014 by Stella Curley
OFFSET 2014 - User Experience as a Creative Experience
2014 - March
Thrift Http OptimisationPosted 11 Mar 2014 by Oran Kelly
Introducing a Thrift TTransport implementation based on libcurl.
2014 - February
Cloudfronting Your WordpressesPosted 28 Feb 2014 by Daniel Hunt
An explanation about how to use CloudFront to proxy requests for your entire Wordpress site, making it instantly web-scale
Test Prg Controller ActionsPosted 18 Feb 2014 by Oran Kelly
How to test Zendframework controller actions that use the Post/Redirect/Get plugin.
2013 - July
ThriftPosted 04 Jul 2013 by Daniel Hunt
A brief introduction to Thrift - a framework for the easy development of cross-language software based services; featuring automatic code generation across languages and a built in data-transport functionality.
2013 - May
Useful Tools And ServicesPosted 30 May 2013 by Paul Phillips
A friend of mine sent a post by Thomas Fuchs to me recently and I thought it was interesting. So, I decided to put together something myself, but focus on the development process, and a little of what happens around / after it. It's a very lightweight overview of tools and processes that may be helpful to you.
2013 - April
Hello WorldPosted 16 Apr 2013 by Paul Phillips
Since starting three years ago, CurrencyFair has scaled massively as a business. Going from $50k transferred on day one to an amazing $500m transferred to date, and with a goal of $1b in the next twelve months, the company is definitely on the right track.
CurrencyFair, Jekyll & GitHub PagesPosted 16 Apr 2013 by Daniel Hunt
How CurrencyFair have used Jekyll and GitHub Pages to shine some light on the inner workings of peer-to-peer currency transfers - covering the installation and configuration of Jekyll, Pygments and GitHub Pages
Currencyfair Is HiringPosted 16 Apr 2013 by Paul Phillips
We're looking for talented engineers to join our team and help grow it further. You are a driven individual who likes to learn about new technologies and have worked on large scale realtime systems. You have a keen interest in security and always look at your work from a developer's and an attacker's point of view.