Streets Ahead


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We Are Streets Ahead

It's been a long time coming, but we're finally unveiling our new site. The site itself represents a couple milestones for us. First (and most obvious) is the kick-ass design of our new site, so please click around and let us know what you think. Second, and perhaps more exciting for us, is that it marks a pre-release state of the framework used to build the site. We have built, and will continue to develop, a RESTful web framework for node.js. The framework (we call lazyBum) will be open-sourced shortly and more info will be shared here as it moves forward.

Who we are & What we do

We're really just a small group of people with experience building large scale enterprise applications who have come together to design and develop smaller more consumer focused mobile and web applications. We have a passion for exploring new technology and making apps that are fun and easy to use. We strongly believe mobile is the place to be, and if you're a business you can't afford to ignore it anymore. We are mobile enthusiasts - some Android and some iPhone (somehow it works) - that are now bringing our talents to the mobile space designing truly awesome mobile experiences. In addition we strongly believe in the current node.js movement and are committed to supporting and contributing to it's growing community. In that spirit (as mentioned above) we will be releasing a handful of open-source projects aimed at simplifying node development and promoting efficiency in development/testing. We also have expertise in PHP / Wordpress, client side HTML / CSS / JavaScript, and jQuery.

Why We Do It

I'd love to spit out some marketing BS about how we're doing what we do for some greater good, but the truth is we're just huge geeks who sincerely love doing this stuff. We want to spend our days designing and developing applications we believe in and we'd be happy to showcase at the end of the day. I guess if we can help a few of you reach a mobile audience or improve your web presence, then all the better - what do you know, I suppose there is some good in there after all ;)

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