Two years of Navigate Into Success

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imageCan you believe it? I can’t. Almost. Two years ago I started this blog as a hobby, and I myself didn’t believe it would work out. It was months before the first reader appeared, but then it kind of just happened. Blogging was fun. It was tough. It was thought provoking for myself, because as I blogged I often found myself change my mind about stuff, and adopt new ideas or abandon old ones more quickly then I normally would.

I started this year rather ambitiously: with a commitment to blog twice a week. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to find out I haven’t been quite committed to that in the past two weeks. As a matter of fact, for the time being I’ll have to take it a little bit more easy. My work schedule has stopped being my friend a while ago, and I decided I’d put my private life before this blog. I hope you don’t mind.

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I won’t stop blogging, and I’d appreciate if you didn’t stop coming back from time to time to check out what’s new. It’s just that I’ll have to rollback my commitment from the beginning of this year, and fallback to my previous irregular blogging schedule. Work and private life permitting, there will be something useful here, probably twice a month, possibly more, and I’m really glad you are now tapping my shoulder saying: “don’t worry pal, I understand!”

See you around, let’s navigate together into another two years of this blog.


Vjeko has been writing code for living since 1995, and he has shared his knowledge and experience in presentations, articles, blogs, and elsewhere since 2002. Hopelessly curious, passionate about technology, avid language learner no matter human or computer.

This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Funkygraz

    Too bad, but since I get a mail poking me to read here when u post ill keep one eye open, and another to the rest of the community.
    I just hope you’ll enjoy blogging whenever you feel like doing one.

    1. Vjekoslav Babic

      @Funkygraz: well, I’m not giving up, I’m just slowing down a little bit. I’ll probably get back to a twice-per-week schedule, or at least a weekly post, after a little while, but for the time being I just cannot commit to a fixed schedule.

  2. Erik Ernst

    Ok you might not 100% consistantly have been making a post twice per week. But hey look at your stats for March. 21 blog posts for one month! That’s basically one per every weekday!
    That just fantastic. No other Dynamics blogs has so many posts. Personally my goal has been 1 post per week. And even doing that is hard work. So I know how it is when you have to do your work at the same time.
    Keep up the good work. I enjoy reading your blog!

    1. Vjekoslav Babic

      @Erik: thanks! Yes, March was really a busy month for me, maybe I just overdid it in March – if I posted less then, there would be enough material for twice-per-week schedule for months. Anyway, thanks for reading, and I hope I’ll make it worth for you to come over and again.

  3. Erik Ernst

    Yeah Vjeko, actually it’s never good to overdo it either. The result might be either that some of your subscribers simply unsubscribes as they think they don’t have the time, or that other readers starts expecting just as many posts next month.
    I must say I’m in the first group. Not that I unsubscribed. But I did skip a few in March!

  4. Robi

    Vjeko, does that mean we will meet for a beer or two? 🙂 (and try not to talk about NAV…
    for at least 5 secs)

    1. Vjekoslav Babic

      @Robi: yes, I hope it means something like that! So, where do we meet?

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