Showing posts from December, 2017

The Computing Tutor's end of 2017 review

As 2017 draws to a close (GMT), I'll use this post to reflect upon the progress made on the Computing Tutor project this year as well as the progress I've made personally in my understanding of Computer Science. Reflections on the Computing Tutor project Audience growth and retention In July 2016, I began the development of the Computing Tutor project and by the end of the year the YouTube channel was getting 100-200 views/month (November 2016: 163 views; December 2016: 134 views). Now, at the end of 2017, the channel is getting almost 2,000 views/month (November 2017: 1,914 views; December 2017: 1,860 views*)**.

I consider this growth in views to be very good and it bodes well for 2018. I'm not totally sure how much time I'll have to dedicate to the project in 2018. It should be at least as much time as I put into it in 2017 so I hope to see a continuation of the growth I saw this year.

Of course, view count isn't the only metric by which I can mea…