Gabor Szabo Perl Trainer

Stats of 7 Perl-related web sites

Once in a while I share some stats of some of the Perl-related web sites. For example at the beginning of 2014 I wrote about the popularity of Perl bases on some numbers from 2013.

This time I just share the numbers as appear in Google Analytics for a number of sites where I have access to this data.

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Perl Maven - September 2014

With September the new school-year has started which gave me more time to write articles and to record screencasts. This extra free time (to work :), show in much better productivitiy. Albeit I am still frustrated on days when I feel I did not make enough progress.

As I can see I published 18 new Perl Maven posts and managed to some other stuff.

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Perl Maven - August 2014

August stared way too busy updating the Test Automation using Perl slides and then I spent almost 2 weeks traveling. It did not leave much time for the Perl Maven site and for other things.

Perl Maven Pro

I only published 3 Pro articles and none of them had the accompanying video. Two were about logging with Log::Log4perl, and one was in the testing series.

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The anti-Israeli rhetoric

In the recent month I spent way too much time of Facebook/Google+/Twitter mostly trying to fend-off anti-Israeli posts. In this recent Twitter exchange it was very clear how someone while saying intellectually sound sentences can quickly blame Israel.

Me: Do you actually care about the Palestinian children in Gaza? Here is something you can do to help them: http://takeapenglobal.com

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Perl Maven - July 2014

July started out as a productive month, but I was also on vacation with my family. As in July I am running a course in Germany, I had to update my Test Automation using Perl slides. The war with Hamas, and the stuff that came through the news and the social media was also very disturbing. To say the least. In the end I published less Perl Maven videos than I expected.

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