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Here's a quick overview of what was most trafficked in 2008 on WTFNext. This is made possible by the results from Google Analytics and unique pageviews that have been recorded since early November. I'm using this information to gauge what is being found as useful and to help make WTFNext as useful as possible.

What I've learned from the results is in general, the posts I make are useful to someone. Which is great news to begin with. Also, I've decided to start a separate blog soon on Second Life / OpenSim topics, because ultimately they are outside of the scope here, but are some of the most useful topics I've apparently posted.

So, here's a monthly breakdown, starting in October for most useful posts per month:

October: Free mail hosting from Windows Live series

November: The Visual Studio 2010 CTP: Floating Document and Tool Windows Outside the IDE

December: .NET Tip: Getting information from DataTable.DefaultView using RowFilter

And here are my honorable mentions:

Free VB Coding Standards Reference Document

How-To: Enumerate the Internet Explorer Installed OpenSearch Engines


Altogether, I understand my posts are usually simple and straightforward tips, but as I get more comfortable with blogging about topics, and as more of my time involves exploring deeper into .NET, I hope that the content grows along with my audiences.

I can't wait until I get to do this next year, with a full year's worth of blogs to dig through, and hopefully with a greater idea of how I can help others through my blogs.


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Posted on Friday, January 2, 2009 1:11 PM | Back to top

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