LShift presents at Royal Academy

LShift presented one of its research projects to an audience at the Royal Academy last month.

Tomás Fano [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

LShift hosts San Sebastián

LShift was delighted to host a sizeable delegation of tech companies from the Basque region recently. The Economic Development Agency for the city of San Sebastián brought representatives from 22 companies to spend a day discussing a variety of issues and (with expert simultaneous translators on hand) pose a wide range of questions from how LShift was founded to how it sustains and develops its lead developer model.

By Daniel Lin (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Software auditors for Lloyd’s of London

Lloyd’s asked us to take a look at the security design of a new gaming business that they had been asked to underwrite – this start-up has an interesting gaming model which has insured the payout of all wins over a certain value. For Lloyds, the maths works, but only if the software actually does what it should.


London Hacker News Meetup 27th June 2012

It's that time again - Hacker news is on tonight and you should go!


London Hacker News Meetup 25th May 2012

LShift will be sponsoring a fifth Hacker News monthly meetup event.


London Hacker News Meetup 26th April 2012

LShift will be sponsoring a fourth Hacker News monthly meetup event.

Project Daylight hits the news

The case management system developed by LShift for human rights charityFreedom from Torture has been featured in Computer World Uk.


London Hacker News Meetup 22nd March 2012

LShift will be sponsoring its third Hacker News monthly meetup event. Come along for more talks from London's finest hackers and tech entrepreneurs, and more talks and pizza.


London Hacker News Meetup 22nd February 2012

LShift will be sponsoring another Hacker News monthly meetup event. Having been to a fair few of these types of events over the years it was clear that the Hacker News organisers have got their formula right: the talks are generally interesting and most are technical; the mix of people is around 50:50 technical :…


TiCL mobile local news service now available for download

LShift has been working with TiCL on the product development for a new app and supporting server-side system for a real-time news service. User generated news and pictures can be viewed by anyone within a certain radius of the reporter. The viewer gets an instant impression of the social networks, businesses, and community groups within their local area. The location-based news service is delivered via iPhone and Android apps.