AMIS Technology Weblog in 2007: #1 Article: Anton's Solve Sudoku in SQL; 438.053 different visitors (USA and India on top), 877.504 page views; 67% new visits

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2007 was another active year on the AMIS Technology Weblog. With over 300 new articles from 20+ different AMIS authors, we produced a lot of content, on topics varying from Oracle DBA to Java security, from JavaScript to Oracle BI EE and from SOA to Project Management. The weblog attracted a steady number of visitors – apart from clear peaks around JavaOne and Oracle Open World and a yearly low in the Christmas season, the number of weekly visits is pretty constant all year round (about 13,000). Counted over the year, 67% of all visits was from new visitors, 33% from returning ‘friends’. 49% uses IE, 46% FireFox.

74% of the traffic came from search engines, 18% from referrals from other sites (primarily oracle.com); 8% was direct.  Most popular search terms were ‘spring jdbc’ ‘ejb 3.0’ and ‘fndload’.

The most popular article – with almost 10.000 visits – was Solving a Sudoku with 1 SQL-statement: the Model-clause by Anton Scheffer (https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=2066). "The (AJA)X Files – On the built-in AJAX facilities of ADF Faces for zero-code Rich User Experience" (https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=1211) was a close second, our all time favorite "Starting with Jasper Reports" ( https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=346, January 2005) was third  and "Solving VMware network problems on Linux VMware guests" (https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=1340) came fourth.

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Google Analytics disects the visitors and visits to our website. It is more strict in counting distinct visits and page views than our own WordPress statistics – but probably paints a fairer picture. It is interesting to see where our visitors come from:

The top 10 is as follows:

 

One thought on “AMIS Technology Weblog in 2007: #1 Article: Anton's Solve Sudoku in SQL; 438.053 different visitors (USA and India on top), 877.504 page views; 67% new visits

  1. Hi,

    How to do server side validation using this ADF framework.and explain ADF application flow.

    Thanks and regards,
    Chandra

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