Back around late September 2009, our team began actively blogging about our product, just released for Beta. We had a lot of new applications and features, and we wanted to get information out to the community.
This is a graph of the posts with their views and aggregate views.
The two most popular posts as indicated by the blue line spikes were:
- Executing Unit Tests in parallel on a multi-CPU/core machine
- What’s New for Testing Tools in the RC?
A disappointing statistic is the number of comments. We know people are reading the posts, but are there any opinions? We’d like to be able to hear from you more often. I know based on what all the podcasters I listen to incessantly ask for (feedback), that this is probably a very hard thing to get. If you like a post, we’d like to know. If there’s something related you’d like to hear about, let us know that too. We’d like to hear from you no matter what, so if you have something to say then that’d be great.
Here’s another view of the blog views, grouped up by month.
It is good to see the number of monthly visitors increase. We must be reaching more customers which is terrific.
Thanks again for visiting and let us know if we can do anything.