Recently (November 11th to be precise) I celebrated my 5th anniversary with Altos - and, for some reason, people seem to put more emphasis on celebrating milestones that end in a 0 or a 5.
(Why is 5 years better than 4, I don’t know. I’m a marketer not a psychologist… I just know what I know.)
Want to know one of the weirdest things about web content?
We want it more when we have to work for it.
Our city is more than just the place we hang our proverbial hats. Manchester is part of who we are - it has shaped our business, provided our talent, and invited us to be part of the community for fifteen years. That means a lot to us, and we’re always looking for ways to give back.
They say the best things in life take time. To be honest, we’ve always been a bit more about the present (and the near future), with our eye fixed pretty firmly on what’s happening now, and what we can expect in the months ahead. But once in a while it’s important to look back and reflect - and our fifteenth anniversary this June offered the perfect opportunity.
Want to get a group of developers all riled up? Just mention Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) - currently the hot buzzword in the world of web development.