Blog and video stats for 2011

I started keeping stats in 2010 and it looks like 2010 was a “better” year for hits and posts, most likely because I blogged a lot about Lotus and Eclipse stuff more (about twice as many posts) that year than 2011. This site generated 88,815 hits for the year in 2011 and 68,443 in 2010 (minus three months of logging statistics).

The home page is by far the most active hit, probably because of my blog URL on all of my social site profiles (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc).

Title Views
Home page 12,951
Window Builder for Eclipse – for SWT, RCP and SWING UI’s 1,628
Is GWT the future of web development? 1,561
Finding the XPath in Internet Explorer 1,344
plugin_customization.ini and Eclipse preferences 1,253
How does Facebook serve millions so fast? BigPipe 988
Flash, HTML5, Java, Silverlight – which one would you use? 864
Which Java sort is faster – MergeSort, QuickSort or Arrays.sort? 850
Eclipse announces move to .NET and away from Java 815
Kick ass Group Calendar for Lotus Notes 800
New Lotus Notes Attachment Viewer 2.0.1 posted 789
Eclipse 3.7 is available for download! 711
Java tops the list of “in-demand” and highest paid skills! 684
Will Java 8 bring in OSGI? 615
Where are all of these Eclipse preferences stored? 613
HTML5, CSS and Dojo it is 571
Quick tip: Using Sametime Emoticons for quick text 558
A great Lotus Notes Composite Application tutorial 539
Expensify CEO: Why We Don’t Hire .NET Programmers 535
Free charting in Lotus Notes 530
Dojo.query and forEach loop, a powerful combination 530
QuickTip Video: Using Eclipse’s Auto-Complete feature 520
Learning the Eclipse RCP by Lars Vogel 509
Extending Notes Mail – Mail Rule utility update for Notes 8.5 504

I did have a fairly good year of video viewers on YouTube with 6765 views of for the year. I am glad to see some WebSphere Commerce videos in that top 10 list but it looks like the Lotus and Eclipse ones still reign.



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