This blog just passed 2 million hits since I started back in the dim and distant Internet past of 2007 with How much money will my software make (and what has that got to do with aliens)?. Wow.
I haven’t been posting much recently, but I haven’t given up either. Watch this space. Until then, here are the top 10 blog posts to date:
|The software awards scam
|Lessons learned from 13 failed software
|10 things non-technical users don’t
understand about your software
|Your harddrive *will* fail – it’s just a
question of when
|Where I program
|If you aren’t embarrassed by v1.0 you didn’t
release it early enough
|SWREG customers beware
|The 1% fallacy
|The world’s fastest Rubik cube solver is
made from Lego!
|The brutal truth about marketing your
Andy Brice, you deserve praise keep up the good work, will look forward for your future work!
Would You like to make another edition of that article?
I’m very curious how things are today and maybe with larger group of software creators then before.
It is a lot of work to do a survey like that and I’m not sure anything much has changed.
Software development Gold !
Congratulations, it goes to show that good content can feed many hungry readers and be well worth the after even after the writer forgot about it.