It’s PlatformAdmin.com’s 2nd birthday this week!
The past 2 years have gone very quickly I must say. I set out with a goal of writing a least 1 post every month. Not very ambitious I know, but realistic for me nonetheless! I’ve never been much of a writer. I’ve always been impressed by people who appear to write so well, and even more so by those that have the stamina and skill to author and publish a book. Maths, Science & Computers have always been my thing ever since way back in school and I have generally avoided writing unless I had to. I do remember reading a blog post by Joel Spolsky a while back where he said that “Writing is a muscle. The more you write, the more you’ll be able to write.” It sounded pretty reasonable to me. As a training course instructor I’ve always found that one of the great benefits of teaching was that I necessarily had to learn much more of the details for whatever I was teaching. I’ve found that the same appears to be true about writing publicly accessible blog posts. The fear of being asked tough questions or being challenged on topics turns into the pleasure of learning more!
Well, I’m pleased to say that so far I have been able to post every month, although on a couple of occasions it has felt like almost 23:59 on the 31st when I hit the post button :)
Thanks to everyone who has commented, emailed, Tweet’d, LinkedIn’d, Facebook’d and Google Plus’d over the past couple of years. Please keep it up. It makes my day when I wake up to find a blog post comment!
8 thoughts on “Second Birthday”
Paul, Happy Blogiversary!
Thanks for adding your voice to the community of SAS authors and bloggers. Your special focus on admin topics provides a great service to us all.
Thanks Chris. :)
Keep it up mate, it is a very useful blog.
Congratulation, I always enjoy reading your posts, very informative, looking forward to many more to come
Thanks Bruno! Hopefully see you at SASGF12?
Abit late…kind of…but anyway, Happy Blogiversary too.
Its a pleasure to read your posts, Paul. They are sooo technically solid without any marketing speech. Straight to the point.
Love that. Please keep doing it.
Thanks Normen. Glad you enjoy the blog.