Google Analytics - April 2015

If you'd asked me how the month of April was, I'd answer: is that month over already? I flew from Belgium to California, from California to Massachusetts, and then back to Belgium. The month was over before it started. And what about the web site? Did it suffer from the Easter holidays? Let's take a look:

Google Analytics - March 2015

Last year, the month of March broke some records that lasted for almost a year. What did March 2015 have in store for us?

Hmm... This looks like a healthy heart beat, but show us the numbers!

Google Analytics - February 2015

Oops, I totally forgot to make the overview of the month of February three weeks ago:

I was so busy that I didn't look at the performance of the web site.

Google Analytics — January 2015

First month of the year, first Google Analytics graph of iText's heartbeat:

What can we conclude?

Winter bash hats 2014

Last year, I collected 12 hats in StackOverflow's Winter Bash.

Winter bash Stack Overflow 2014

This year, I have 15 hats: I could get some more, for instance by deleting one of my own answers, or by doing complicated things such as voting to close a question, edit the question, and then reopen the question, but I'm not that obsessed by those hats ;-) I collect hats because it's fun ;-)

Google Analytics — December 2014

Wow, the web site has broken all records in 2014, but before we dive into the numbers for the whole year, let's take a look at the heartbeat of the web site in December:

No surprises there: we clearly see the expected dip during the holidays.

Google Analytics — November 2014

I am so busy lately, I almost forgot to look at the Google Analytics results for November:

I wasn't even aware that we had broken a record: we had an average of 4,845 visits a day, which is more than the previous record dating from May.

Google Analytics — September 2014

We promised better analytics for September (compared to the Summer months). Did we succeed?

Google Analytics — August 2014

The last month of the summer vacation is behind us. What did August bring us?

No records broken, but that was to be expected.

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