Below, we show the tag breakdown and the post count for each month. You can see that we wrote fewer posts between March and July but that a larger proportion of them were about Rails.
We looked for the most prolific and the most read authors of 2014. Each post is represented by a bubble, and bubble size represents the number of views a post received. You can hover over the bubbles to see post details.
Many of us at thoughtbot love experimenting with new languages and technologies whenever we get the chance. We often try to bring our experiments into our work lives. Below is a breakdown of all the languages we used in our GitHub repositories this year according to GitHub's language analysis.
* As you may have noticed, this graph shows that we have Swift code in repositories created before this year, before the language was released to the public. The GitHub API provides language breakdown by repository. Some of our repositories, such as our Guides, were created several years ago but had Swift files added this year.
We enjoy furthering our education by attending conferences. Conferences allow us to expand our knowledge and share the lessons we learned with others. Here are all the places we visited this year. Red dots indicate speaker engagements.
We chat a lot. Here are the stats, including Gordon Fontenot, a proud and efficient swearer.