Sinara Blog Archive

Month: April 2019

Sinara at 30: our first office (1992 – 1994)



In 2019, Sinara Consultants are celebrating our 30th anniversary. This second post in a series to mark this milestone covers 1992 – 94, when Sinara established our first permanent office and started to specialise in software for financial market data. Sinara has always been a leading indicator for the location of good value London office (more…)

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Building a Dictionary in TypeScript



It only takes a quick search of “JavaScript” in r/ProgrammerHumor to understand the love/hate relationship that software developers have with JavaScript. The language boasts dynamic types, which therefore creates a lack of type-safety, often leading to weird and wonderful results. One of the subreddit’s favourite examples is: [6, -2, 2, -7].sort(); (more…)

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Sinara at 30: the early years (1989 -1991)



In 2019, Sinara Consultants are celebrating our 30th anniversary. To mark this significant milestone, we’ll be publishing a series of blog entries that look back on some of the events and projects over that time. This entry covers our early years, including the search for a name and challenging customer feedback (flying keyboards!). (more…)

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Sinara celebrates 30th Anniversary in 2019



Sinara Consultants Limited is delighted to be celebrating our 30th anniversary in 2019. Over all that time we’ve designed, written and supported a lot of software systems for clients all over the world. We aim to carry on doing that for many years to come! Over the next few months we’ll be publishing a few (more…)

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