Last week saw corks popping across the summer skyline as Londoners descended upon bars and pubs for London Wine Week. Keen to soak up some knowledge, as well as Bordeaux, we decided to turn our heads to the wine industry and the creativity that fuels it...
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Once characterised by two fundamental traits - carbohydrate and beige – the staple British diet has certainly grown up a little.
With food markets and stalls cropping up in every corner of the capital, there is more chance than ever before to broaden our culinary horizons. However, amongst this rich abundance, there are undoubtedly very few to be found nestled at the heart of a marina and set against the backdrop of yachts and sailing boats...
Umbraco is a website Content Management System (CMS) that we know and love at Sectorlight. With its endless list of advantages, we're loyal for a reason.
Firstly, the system is open source which means that no licenses are required and anyone can browse the code source. Secondly, it offers the ease of extensibility. For those of you living outside the world of software engineering, this means that Umbraco has a system design principle that takes future growth into consideration by allowing new functionalities to be added at any time. So, how do we benefit from all this?
Last Friday, the Sectorlight gang headed north to Stephen’s House & Gardens in Finchley for a day of team building activities. In other words, a day of physically-gruelling, mildly-humiliating, competitive challenges that involved an excessive amount of water, inflatables and oversized costumes. To be honest, this shouldn’t have been to anyone’s surprise since we decided to hire Chillisauce's It’s a Knockout themed event for the day. Inspired by the infamous show itself, we wrestled in giant penguin costumes, raced over inflatable hurdles while balancing pint glasses of water on our heads and climbed rope in the soapiest, slipperiest of conditions.