This post is a little later than normal. It’s been a very busy few weeks with family over until the 3rd of January.

Well 2015 was a hell of a year for my blogging. I recorded just under 250k page views (244,305) which isn’t even all of them (2016 will be the first year that I get a truly complete set of data as I’ve not got page view images on every blog post that I’ve written).

This years top 10 posts look a lot more different from the prior year than has happened in earlier years.

  1. SQL Server 2014 Licensing (Number 3 in 2014)
  2. What Exactly Is MSDTC Any Way, and When Do I Need It? (Number 2 in 2014)
  3. Difference Between An Index and a Primary Key
  4. How To Configure MSDTC On Windows 2008 (Number 1 in 2014)
  5. What Does WITH (NOLOCK) Actually Mean
  6. Calculating Fibre Latency Correctly Is a Must When Trying To Determine Storage Performance Numbers
  7. The Process Could Not Execute sp_replcmds on x
  8. The Least Expensive SQL Server High Availability Solution (Number 22 in 2014)
  9. If you thought Database Restores Were Slow, Try Restoring From an EMC Data Domain
  10. SQL PASS Summit 2015 Karaoke Party

Of the top 10, only three were in the top 10 before (numbers 1, 2 and 3 from 2014 were 4, 2, and 1 in 2015 respectively).  Number 8 from 2015 was number 22 last year.  Everything else in the top 10 appears to be a new post from 2015 (or didn’t have a tracking image until this year).  This is pretty shocking to me.  I haven’t seen the numbers shift like this before, granted that could be do to better data.  Next years numbers will be interesting to see once I have a full years worth of data to look at.

Thanks everyone for reading, and enjoy 2016.

Denny

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