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As we bid farewell to 2023, it’s time to reflect on the exciting journey of Engineer’s Notebook. From Arduino projects to Docker image creations, this year has been filled with technological adventures. Let’s dive into the numbers and highlights that defined the blog’s success.
As of December 31, 2023, Engineer’s Notebook has:
- Number of Posts: 10
- Total Number of Words in Posts: 5214
- Total Visitors: 50
Most Popular Posts
- Creating a Programmer’s Clock with Arduino and Hexadecimal Display
- This post delves into the world of Arduino and hexadecimal displays, capturing the interest of many tech enthusiasts.
- Pizza Slice
- My game intrigued many readers, who were keen to explore the world of game development. Or maybe they were just hungry for pizza!
- Creating a Self-Hosted Linktree-Like Site with SvelteKit and Vercel
- Exploring modern web development tools, this post resonated with readers keen on building their personalized link-sharing platforms.
- Creating the First ARM64 Docker Image for SteamCMD: A Journey with FEX Emu
- A deep dive into Docker and ARM64 architecture, this post attracted those interested in gaming and the technicalities of SteamCMD.
- Unveiling the Orange Pi 5 Plus: A Powerful Single-Board Computer
- The Orange Pi 5 Plus post unveiled the power of a single-board computer, catering to the community interested in compact yet robust computing solutions.
- Create Your Blog with Jekyll, GitHub Pages, and Giscus
- A practical guide for aspiring bloggers, this post walked readers through creating their blogs using Jekyll, GitHub Pages, and Giscus for a dynamic commenting system.
Thank You, Readers!
The success of Engineer’s Notebook in 2023 would not have been possible without the engaged and curious readers who explored the blog’s content. Your support fuels the passion for sharing knowledge and experiences in the ever-evolving world of technology.
As we step into the new year, Engineer’s Notebook is poised to bring even more exciting content, tutorials, and explorations. Stay tuned for another year of innovation and discovery!
Happy coding and engineering!