I did not write so much during the last 12 months but nevertheless, the number of visitors has increased nearly 50% from 2014. Continue reading
I will soon do a review of statistics (by country, themes, etc.), but my PC died before Christmas and I am waiting for the next one to be delivered.
In Spain, the ‘Reyes Magos’ Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar are the ones who bring the gifts (no Santa Claus here), but either they are late for me, or I was not good enough during the past year 🙂
Best wishes for health, happiness and success in 2015
Two important news on the SonarSource website.
The Sonar platform, dedicated to continuous inspection of the quality of code, has changed its name for SonarQube, since June 20, 2013. The announcement on the SonarSource website can be found here.
It’s been already some time then, but in fact, it took a couple of months to adjust and get used to talking about SonarQube and not Sonar.
I was wondering if I should change the existing posts on my blog and was hesitating, especially as it represents a certain amount of work, and proves to be a source of errors (especially when it comes to change and check out the many links between all posts). Until I see someone seeking information on SonarQube and saying he only had documentation about Sonar, and asking if it was the same software.
Well. I decided not to do a post each time the blog goes up a new level, but that’s too funny. Continue reading
One number for the post today: 1001.
Maybe you remember that, at December 31, or 40 days after it has been launched, 300 visitors had made 456 visits and saw 1,160 pages.