Hello! Here I am again!
It has been a month or so since the last post. First of all, I would like to thank all my readers and commenters for being here and motivating me to complete the entire series! My first blog for this years’ challenge was on the 9th of September. The last one was on the 25th of December. A bit late, I know!
So, let us take a look at my badge!
It’s beautiful isn’t it? Oh god that picture… heheh.
Again, thank you all! This year was massive!
The traffic jump in comparison to last year is big. This is a screenshot that shows the traffic the blog got from the 1st all the way to the 31st of December 2019. It might not be the numbers Facebook reaches, but it’s pretty big to me. I have reached out to all corners of the world!
Master the Mainframe 2020
I don’t know the plans they have for the next edition. Last year they said they were going to cooperate with Zowe but they didn’t as far as I know. I am a bit dissapointed though! I was planning to prepare some Zowe posts but I unfortunately didn’t need to.
Wow, hello dedicated reader. I must apologise. I feel that the quality of explanation has lacked. The content wasn’t new to me anymore so I had a hard time feeling what really needed explanation and what didn’t. What made me realise that was the following thread in the official Slack channel.
At times my blog indeed felt like edited copies. I hope they weren’t that bad though!
I have some plans for this mainframe website. Well, “mainframe” website is a big word. I want to blog about some other stuff too. So I would like to ask e-mail subscribers to reconsider their subscription, there’s a link available to opt out!
- Master The Mainframe 2020
- z/OS Cookbook
Those are the plans. I know, not ambitious! But I’m very interested in making a high quality cookbook. A cookbook in programming terms is just a bunch of snippets people can use to quickstart what they want to make or want to solve.
What about you?
Any final words?