Last December, we began the tradition of rounding up the most popular posts on our blog for the year. It’s pretty edifying for us to look back over all the topics we covered and see which of our posts you and all the other readers found the most useful. Plus, it gives us another chance to bring some of our best content to your attention—just in case you missed it. So take a look and check out whatever looks interesting. And stay tuned in 2016 for more and, we hope, even better stuff.
This post explores the business plan behind Microsoft’s latest Operating System update. A lot of us are already using it, so you can check out the comment section to get a sampling of people’s experiences and opinions. (So far, I personally have no complaints.)
We use these terms a lot around Aptera. Every once in a while, we find ourselves wondering if everyone we're addressing is taking about the same thing. This is a user-friendly primer on what these terms mean and what distinguishes one from the other.
Eric Potter, one of our software developers, was inspired to write about this topic by Chad Fowler’s book The Passionate Programmer. The post got a huge response, so naturally we’re after him to write more stuff in a similar vein.
One of our SharePoint guys, Grant Harmeyer, gave us the idea for this post quite a while back and we finally got a chance to research and write it. Grant, as you can imagine, is a SharePoint enthusiast, so he was eager to have me address some of the criticisms.
Jen Booth saw a graphic using this analogy on LinkedIn a while back and thought we could improve on it. So I got together with Raul Perez, one of our graphic designers, and created this year’s best performing infographic on our blog.
Our main BI guy Aaron Crouch is an expert in both Power BI and Tableau. He suggested this topic, insisting it would be really popular because he knows there’s a lot of interest out there. Turns out, he was right.
Thanks for reading the Aptera Blog in 2015. Here’s to a great 2016!
I'm Aptera's Content Strategist. I've been writing about tech and marketing for 5 years and have certifications from HubSpot and The Content Marketing Institute. A big science and literature geek, I taught college rhetoric and composition while I was still busy going to school for way too long, earning bachelor's degrees in anthropology and psychology, along with a master's in British and American literature. Look me up on LinkedIn.