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Release 100 ¾

Molecule reached an important milestone: its 100th update, complete with new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

Last night, we deployed our latest release of Molecule.

As usual, it contained new features, feature improvements, and bug fixes. What was special to us, though, is that it's our 100th release! For the last four years, we've been making our software better every couple of weeks, and we've come a long way.

  • Four years ago, we demonstrated a deal capture screen, with a cool-as-hell natural language processing deal entry that could capture financial and physical deals.
  • Three years ago, Molecule could calculate positions and mark-to-market for the first time.
  • Two years ago, we released our first option valuation models, and Molecule calculated option greeks. We became an early adopter of Ember. Most importantly, we onboarded our first customers.
  • Last year, we added portfolio reconciliation, connectivity to exchanges for market data and trade capture, and dozens of other features. We also were among the first companies to deploy Kubernetes to manage our infrastructure.

We've got a ton of cool stuff in the works for this year, but today we took a little break to celebrate, by Jon Snow-ing a piñata filled with--well, you don't want to know. Have a look!

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