2016 in Review: Thank You!

Andreas Wittig – 29 Dec 2016

The year 2016 is coming to an end. We’d like to look back on the past year together with you. Thank you for reading our blog, sharing our work, and giving valuable feedback. It was a pleasure to be part of an inspiring community.

Facts and numbers

What was going on at cloudonaut.io in 2016?

  • 240,000 pages viewed
  • 112,500 people visiting the site
  • 72 articles published
  • 45,500 written words

Most read

The following articles have been read the most in 2016.

Projects

A few projects we have been working on, beside our consulting business.

Andreas and Michael Wittig

Please support our work!

We have published 327 articles, 41 podcast episodes, and 15 videos. It's all free and means a lot of work in our spare time.

Thanks to Alan Leech, Alex DeBrie, e9e4e5f0faef, Goran Opacic, jhoadley, Shawn Tolidano, Thorsten Hoeger, Todd Valentine, Vince Fulco, and all anonymous supporters for your help! We also want to thank all supporters who purchased a cloudonaut t-shirt. It gives us great pleasure to send our t-shirts all over the world.

With your help, we can continue to produce independent & high-quality content focused on AWS. Please support us!

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Online Training

We do enjoy teaching. That’s why we have created three online trainings this year.

Publications

Besides writing our blog we published the following in 2016.

Thank you!

Again, thank you for reading our blog and supporting us. We are looking forward to writing about AWS and working on exciting projects in 2017.

Wishing you a happy new year!

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Andreas Wittig

Andreas Wittig

I launched cloudonaut.io in 2015 with my brother Michael. Since then, we have published hundreds of articles, podcast episodes, and videos. It’s all free and means a lot of work in our spare time. We enjoy sharing our AWS knowledge with you.
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