Typica is the premier free software for coffee roasting operations. Companies around the world use Typica to roast coffee better and more consistently, reduce operational errors, track inventory and maintenance, understand costs, and more.
Typica 1.9.1rc1 is now available. The focus of Typica 1.9.1 is on performance improvements, bug fixes, and features that can be included without creating additional work for translators. While this is a pre-release, it is believed to be stable. Currently there is only a Windows build available along with source code that can be compiled on other platforms.
Typica 1.9.0 is now available. This release includes the ability to communicate with the Javalytics JAV-RDA-D degree of roast analyzer by Madison Instruments, a new roast scheduling feature, a dashboard providing an at a glance view of important business information, and more.
See the release notes for more details or download it now.
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The Typica blog features a behind the scenes look at Typica development, tips on using features in Typica effectively, opinions on coffee roasting, and more.
Learn more about some of the features that make Typica your best choice for working with coffee roasting information.
Typica supports a wide range of hardware and can be configured to support various approaches to coffee roasting. If you have questions about how to set up and use Typica, this is the place to start.
Typica was designed and developed by Neal Wilson, coffee roaster and co-owner at Wilson's Coffee & Tea in Racine, Wisconsin. Read more about his experiences that helped shape this software.
Neal Wilson is a regular instructor at trade events and has taught coffee roasting classes around the world. In addition to custom workshops, he is also available to teach through the professional level in the SCA Coffee Skills Program in the areas of green coffee, roasting, and sensory skills at approved venues.
This is a series of 1 minute videos with companion articles offering quick advice that you can start using immediately to improve your work in coffee.