Abstract: ALMA has been producing science since Early Science began in 2011. 337 papers (see http://library.nrao.edu/papers/?f[instrument.name]=ALMA) have been published, garnering over 3000 citations. New papers appear on arXiv several times per week. The ALMA Development Program is fully embarked on a program of upgrades to the baseline mission, with a focus on equipping the array with a full complement of receivers. New ALMA Development Studies suggest a variety of pathways to an even more productive instrument. ALMA scientists recently completed a survey of future needs to guide further development initiatives. From these, a path to ALMA in 2030 can be forged. In this talk I provide an overview of ALMA Development as well as a personal vision of ALMA in the next decade.
Open floor for discussion on other topics as time permits