Who Reads this… Sugar

Hi, time and life are going forward unpredictably… some people make great careers, have excellent visibility, present knowledge at conferences, make videos, train, and even receive great awards. I am trying to exist on the same Internet world to share and give back… I was never honored by any public award, and my name is not even on the Polish blogger’s list about software, but you know what? I do not really care about this… When I started my blogging journey, I had only one goal to share my passion with people like me and to learn English. As a dyslectic person writing in the William Shakespeare language was and is not trivial to me. But I had my goal, to not become famous in Poland but have a chance to be read by people from around the world. So far, I have made a few very nice solutions people love and are very happy because of that I share them. Yes, I know that I am only a stupid dreamer who believes that someday someone will see 50 000 downloads of Kinect Cam or Db Tester and give me MVP because of promotion of the .NET / C# or T-SQL expertise and knowledge. Still, life is not the place with the sun shines and rainbows; it is a tough fighter who bit me a few times to my knees and wants to put me there if I let it. But let me get back to the subject; who reads this… sugar?


And this post is not about me and my frustrations, it is not about to be on the cover of the Newsweek, It is about you my dear readers who somehow without any promotion, support or sponsorships reads my blog, I am afraid that some of my ideas are not understood correctly, some like Simple Service Bus or Db Tester needs some more time to understand and some other has gone into a high level, please remember that I am not writing about “how to earn more?”, “how to develop a career?” or “how to make money?”. If I did so, probably, I would be wealthy :-), but I am not; I am still a “hard work person” with “students English” who loves to tell stories instead of answering short questions. Anyway, please look at the above map… thank you for that for all your visits and comments; every like and share, this map of visitors from around the world keeps me going and makes this blog dream come true.


So the map is nice, but do you know that people from 184 countries visited my blog in the last 3 years? Above I put the top 16 countries’ visits. So maybe someday I will receive MVP on C# or T-SQL or .NET or Kinect…, or maybe even something amazing will happen, and I will receive .NET Rocks! Mug? :-), not for comments but for promoting the great Carl and Richard work… who knows? Recently I have had many problems with my site; with even robust protections and strong security site sometimes goes down, and my hosting provider, a Polish company, named Web! 0, said to me… oh you know your site consumes too much CPU, but as a customer of this hosting solution, to be honest? Why should I care? If my site goes down sometimes more than 20 times in a month? If you cannot provide good and secure hosting, maybe I should go somewhere else? And NO, I do not post the banner of the hosting company on my blog if they are not able to provide good hosting service for this… sugar, I do not want to promote them… or maybe I should put anti-ad :D… so anyway, if you are not able to see something here, you can send your thanks to Web! 0:-).


What you are reading and look for mostly is above, what can I say? Only a few posts, even with “students English” took your attention. But I hope that the best of the best post still is in the queue. Thanks for reading this… sugar. I am happy to have readers on my amazing hosting: P. Of course, there is no company Web! 0. This is only a cryptogram. I created the real name and shame that the quality of the hosting service stays protected. Maybe one day, I will receive an email “we have offered you better hosting, with a better CPU, for only $$, because you have been with us since 2010”? ;-).

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