Barry Woolgar, Ruby on Rails developer and PHP pro, has just joined our team here at Storm and we’re all thrilled to have him on board. Barry is a talented programmer who studied Computer Science and eBusiness at Loughborough University. He joins us from Wired Media in Bristol where he was a senior web developer, leading Read More »
Welcome to New Bond Street Rupert & Buckley
We were recently approached by ‘Rupert & Buckley’, small independent retailers using a pop up shop space over the road from us. They wanted to use our wifi, because they are only staying for a few weeks. Obviously we’ve been happy to help, as many others have helped us when we’ve needed it in the Read More »
Everyone at Storm Towers enjoyed the Christmas lights in Bath being switched on by Mary Berry this week – our new office gave us a perfect view up Milsom Street. We broke out the fizz and mince pies to toast the start of the Christmas season. Liam even made a new friend when, as he Read More »
We’re building Sirona’s new website!
After recently delivering a brand new and very successful intranet for Sirona Care & Health, and working as the company’s web tech advisors, we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve now been appointed to redevelop its public facing site. This time around we have far more stakeholders to consider, as Sirona’s users come from a wide Read More »
Yesterday we held our official ‘house warming’ – welcoming our friends to our new office for the first time. Many had seen it when we first took over the building, and we hope they like the rather large transformation that has taken place! The opening was a great evening, and much wine was consumed. We Read More »
We’ve moved in!
You’ll know that we’ve been stripping back and completely redecorating new offices for a couple of months now, so we’re really excited to say that we’re finally finished and moving in tomorrow! The office is next door to our current space, so we don’t have to move far. We’ll have a lot more space in Read More »
The rip out
At Storm we’re really good at programming, and online business. We’re not so hot at DIY. That’s why we have a team of builders in our new office, making sure everything is done properly, and its not going to all fall down! When we took over the building there was 15 years worth of legacy Read More »
Storm news roundup 13-01-12
Our favourite web(ish) stories from the week… Adam: “The Raspberry Pi has started to be manufactured – in the Far East. The start of manufacturing is an achievement to be celebrated. The device, which will cost around £16-23, packs some serious punch: ‘HDMI for connection to a TV, USB for the keyboard, SD card for Read More »
Storm news roundup 06-01-12
Our favourite web(ish) stories from the week… Adam: “Windows 8 is going to have a very sexy new feature called Storage Spaces. This is effectively RAID for the masses – hiding all the gnarly details while still offering a wide range of powerful features. They are offering mirroring and parity redundancy as well as the Read More »