A Milestone

August 1, 2010 at 7:00 am (Uncategorized)

I just passed 100,000 views on the blog. That’s from 400 posts over a period of time starting in March of 2008. You guys have posted 1129 comments. The average views per week went from 39 in 2008 to 160 in 2010.

I realize others out there are hitting 100,000 a week, but for some of us small time bloggers, this is a big deal.

I just wanted to say thanks for stopping by and I hope my attempts at understanding SQL Server, PowerShell, SCOM, spatial data, Visual Studio, ORM and whatever else I’ve posted about has been helpful in some way.



  1. pinaldave said,

    Congratulations. I totally understand how much fun it is to see milestones!

  2. retracement said,

    Congratulations Grant, know exactly where you are coming from and hopefully one day I can reach this milestone myself. Keep up the good work, I enjoy reading your posts, and best of luck for the next 100,000.


    Mark Broadbent.

  3. scarydba said,

    Thanks guys.

  4. Mark said,

    Well done grant. With your knowledge, I’m not surprised at your success.

    I spotted your blog through Ask SQL Server Central. I’ll stop by now and then.


  5. scarydba said,

    Thank you!

  6. Luke Campbell said,

    Grant, after reading some of your posts on SQL Server Central over the past couple of years I had to pick up your book ; SQL Server 2008 Query Performance Tuning Distilled. I must say its one of the most informative SQL Server books I’ve read to date. Keep up the great work and thanks for spreading the knowledge.

    Luke Campbell,
    MCITP – SQL 2005 & 2008 Database Administrator

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