Nine years already! Nine years ago today, I decided I would give blogging a chance. At the time, I had absolutely no writing experience. Here’s my very first article about injecting a List of beans using the Spring @Autowired annotation. No headers, no proper code formatting, and no idea what I was doing.
Eight years and counting! It was September 2013, and I had always wanted to start a blog but had never found the motivation to do it. If you keep on waiting for the right time to do something, that day might never come. Either you start right away, or you just keep on lying to yourself.
Introduction 20 years of Hibernate and counting. On the 23rd of May 2001, Gavin King launched the first version of Hibernate. Twenty years later, Hibernate is one the most successful Java data access frameworks, having millions of developers using it on a per-daily basis.
It’s all about Persistence! Seven years ago today, I wrote my very first article, and every year I like to write a report with all the achievements that I’ve made over the last year.
Quality over quantity I’ve been blogging for six years already, and every year I like to write a report with the achievements I’ve made over the last year. If you are curious about my previous reports, check out the following list: 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 Page Views In 2019, I got around 10,547 daily page views, meaning that this year, I’ll get over 3.85 million page views. That’s a 22% traffic increase since 2018. Overall, in these six years of blogging, I got over 8.8 million page views and 4.5 million… Read More
Persistence, right? I’ve been blogging for five years already. Every year, I happen to write a report, and if you are curious about my progress, check out the previous reports: 2017 2016 2015 2014 Page Views Compared to last year, the traffic almost doubled, and now I get around 270K page views and over 130K visitors on a monthly basis. Overall, in these five years, I got over 5 million page views and 2.7 million visitors. Cool, right?
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: 2016 2015 2014 Page Views Compared to last year, the traffic doubled and now I get around 150K page views and over 75K visitors 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.
Woohoo! 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: Two years of blogging One year of blogging Page Views 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.
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. Page Views 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.
Teaching is my way of learning Exactly one year ago today, I wrote my very first blog post. It’s been such a long journey ever since, so it’s time to draw a line and review all my technical writing accomplishments. I realized that sharing knowledge is a way of pushing myself to reason thoroughly on a particular subject. So, both my readers and I have something to learn from my writing. Finding time to think of future blog topics, researching particular subjects, writing code snippets and the ever-present pre-publishing reviews is worth… Read More