We are at the close of another year here at routedinterface.com.  Lets take a moment to reflect on the blog and personal achievements from 2015;

Starting with personal, the biggest thing that happened was I relocated my family to sunny Atlanta, GA.  I left my previous company to take on a Network Architect role with a large beverage company.  Needless to say going from a media company like Viacom to a company like my new one, for me at least was a real culture shock.  Next, I finally finished my CCNP Data Center.  This was an uphill battle in and of itself, but I am glad I saw it through.  I was named a Cisco Champion for 2015.  This I can honestly say came as a shock but it is a good group of people to be apart of.  Finally, I have been A LOT more active on Cisco’s learning network site, specifically in the CCNA and CCNP Data Center study groups.

Now on to the blog, I can’t express enough my gratitude for everyone who visits my site.  Lets look at some statistics.

Here is a map of where everyone came from in 2015

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Last year, this was my total visitors and views for the year,

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Not to shabby to have 4,419 visitors who viewed 7,714 items.  This year however,

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WOW!  Almost a 50% increase across the board!  Year over year since the blog started in 2011, every year I see anywhere from a 40 – 60% increase year over year and I am truly grateful for everyone who has stopped by once for 50 times!

I want to do something different for next year, I want to know what my blog readers would like to see content wise and the format that you the readers want to see on routedinterface.com.   As I will try to do my best, I can not guarantee that I will be able to blog about everything that I receive, but I will do my best to start with the most popular and work my way through them.  I will still blog about my normal stuff and since I am teaching myself Python, I will also throw in some Python posts.

With that being said, I would appreciate it greatly appreciate if everyone can take a few minutes out of their day and fill out this very short survey, it shouldn’t take more than 5 or 10 minutes to complete.  The survey is completely anonymous and it will help me gauge what my readers want to see from me in 2016!


Again, I can not express how grateful I am for my readers and look forward to a 2016!

Thanks for your support and Happy New Year to all!


2015 Year in Review
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