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Concentrated Codesqueeze: January 2008

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This month started out pretty good, I gained over 1500 new readers due to Jeremy Miller doing a pretty cool post announcing CS as his favorite new blog. That was a nice boost of RSS love.

Although I had a nice success this month, I feel as if I haven’t been giving this blog enough love lately, so one of my goals for February is to get back on the horse and really deliver some new great and original content similar to Connecting the Dots Between Analysis and Design. Wish me luck…

Readers Choice:

  1. Best of Codesqueeze 2007
  2. How Your Socks Can Determine Software Lifespan
  3. Whiteboard Wednesday: The ROI of Testing
  4. Why Your Manager Doesn’t Like To Throw Away Work (And You Do)
  5. Book Review: Continuous Integration

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3 Responses to “Concentrated Codesqueeze: January 2008”

  1. » Daily Bits - February 1, 2008 Alvin Ashcraft’s Daily Geek Bits: Daily links, development, gadgets and raising rugrats. on February 1st, 2008 7:10 am

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  2. devtrench on February 1st, 2008 11:32 am

    Sweet, you should pimp your RSS subscriber count with a cool feedburner widget 🙂

  3. Max Pool on February 1st, 2008 12:45 pm

    @devtrench –

    To be honest, someday I might reveal my numbers to the general public, but for now I like prefer it knowing that people are subscribing because of content and not just playing “follow the crowd”.

    I will consider it though…

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