It has been another great year for technology and The Polyglot Developer. Like I’ve done in a 2018 activity report, and the years before it, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on all that was accomplished for the 2019 calendar year.
If you’re unfamiliar with this kind of post, it is more or less a numbers report for the various things that happened throughout the year. Such things include blog, podcast, and YouTube metrics, as well as information around events and speaking engagements.
Not only is this an opportunity for me to keep track of things, but you can use it as an opportunity to learn about how I’ve conducted business and apply it towards your own.Read More
The 2018 year is winding down so it is time to reflect on some of the things that have happened in terms of The Polyglot Developer and all of its channels.
Let this be a statistics report for everything that has happened on the blog, YouTube channel, and podcast. If you’re interested in adventuring into the world of technical content production, this will give you some perspective into what to expect.Read More
This marks the third year that I’ve been producing content for The Polyglot Developer and all of its channels. It’s been a long year and I’ve accomplished a lot, some of which was different than previous years.
Below you’ll find my statistics that may help you if you’re planning on creating a blog or developing a course. It will give you an idea of costs and what to expect.Read More
It has been a long year being an advocate of technology and I thought it would be a good idea to share everything that has happened to The Polyglot Developer and all of its networks.
Last year, in 2015, I started a tradition of sharing my WordPress, YouTube, and course statistics. We are approaching the end of the year and it is that time again.
Below you’ll find statistics that may help you if you’re planning on creating a blog or developing a course. It will give you an idea of costs and what to expect.Read More
Earlier this year (July), I wrote about my first year of blogging and the stats around it and I feel it was important because it was my first year.
This time I’m going to write about my activity in 2015 and report the stats around it. The plan is to do this every year and possibly inspire other developers to start blogs of their own.Read More