Tuesday, December 1, 2009

A month in review

I've now been blogging for 30 days in a row, so tonight is just going to be a simple post to finish the month of. First of all, WOW, another month of blogging every day completed. This month was great fun, and I managaged to keep the bullshit filler posts to a minimum (3 or 4 by my count). I also finished the month with 42700 total hits (easily a record), including hitting reddit and Hacker News several times. It's been great fun writing every night, hopefully I'll be able to keep up the regular posts, but for now I plan on taking a nice long nap, then I'll get back to the requests.


  1. I've really enjoyed reading your posts. That being said, I can't help but feel that posts like this are a complete cop out. If you're going to write a post a day for 30 days, please do that, rather than write the occasional post ABOUT how you're writing a post a day (we know that already) and believe me, it doesn't make for an interesting read.

    Sorry, rant over.

  2. Well I just found your blog so don't you dare stop! :)

  3. I fail to find benchmark reports on current state of unladen-swallow (or at least for Q3).

    Maybe you could compile, run and publish the benchmarks? Would be very interesting!

    P.S. compilation works fine for me, but perf.py gives an error...


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