Time flies when you’re having fun
It’s been fours years since I started this blog, and every year I happen to write a report. If you are curious about my progress, check out the previous reports:
Compared to last year, the traffic doubled and now I get around 150K page views and over 75K visitor on a monthly basis.
Overall, in these four years, I got over 2.5 million page views and 1.4 million visitors. Looks like high-performance data access is still a thing after all.
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Exactly one year ago today, I started working as a Developer Advocate for the Hibernate team at Red Hat. Prior to joining Red Hat, I used to work as a software architect, and I didn’t have any clue what I would have to do as a Developer Advocate. So, I learned on the way.
This post is a summary of what this role is about, and what I’ve managed to accomplish.
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It’s been three years since I started this blog, and every year I happen to write a report. If you are curious, check out the previous reports:
In these three years, I got over 1.200.000 page views and the last month was the first one to break the 70.000 views threshold.
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Keep on writing
It’s been two years since I started this blog and so it’s time to draw a line and see how it went since last year.
In these two years, I got 500.000 page views and the last month was the first one to break the 50.000 views threshold.
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In the beginning of 2014, I took the initial version of my time series MongoDB aggregation example and pass it through a multistage optimization process, from indexing to advanced data-modelling:
In February, I starting developing FlexyPool, the ultimate connection pool sizing utility. This was a great opportunity to dig into Queuing Theory and the following articles capture some of my findings:
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