Monthly Writers' Recap: May 2017
A new Zone Leader took the top spot on the contributor leaderboard for this month. See who else made the Top Ten and read more about May's publications.
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Hello, DZone contributors! During the month of May, we released a major publication, shared fantastic content from new Zone Leaders and first-time contributors alike, and welcomed some awesome MVBs. Check out the full monthly recap below.
Top Contributors by Pageviews for May 2017
Top Contributors by Articles for May 2017
Top Articles for May 2017
On May 22nd, we released the DZone Guide to IoT: Applications, Protocols, and Best Practices. So far, more than 12K software professionals from around the world have downloaded the publication, making it our most successful IoT Guide. We also released the following Refcardz (our technical cheat sheets) last month:
Thanks again to all of our publications authors. If you'd like to write for an upcoming Guide or Refcard, pitch us your idea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'd like to give a shoutout to the many awesome MVBs from the Lucidchart tech blog. You may remember Paul Draper's excellent "NULL is the Worst Mistake in Computer Science" post from last year. The team there is continuing to share excellent posts, especially Tyler Davis' recent article "Removing Roadblocks in the Move to Angular 4" and Stephen Rollins' "Cracking the Code Review" post series. Be on the lookout for more Lucidchart posts to arrive on DZone shortly!
Congratulations to Sisense MVB Shelby Blitz, our top new MVB for the month of May. Her most-read article, The Difference Between Business Intelligence and Business Analytics," received nearly 12K pageviews. We look forward to reading more of Shelby's great content in the future.
Yaron Haviv started contributing to DZone just this month, but he's already made an impression with our audience. His second article, Did Amazon Just Kill Open Source?," has almost 35K pvs and 100 likes. It's also inspired an intense conversation, with 53 comments in less than two weeks.
Every day, new contributors submit their first articles to DZone. Mahmoud Anouti's, however, was something special. His first-ever DZone post, What's New in Java 9? (Besides Modules)," earned an impressive 55K pageviews and received over sixty likes and a dozen comments.
Wanna learn about the plethora of chatbot platforms out there? Check out Building a Chatbot: Analysis and Limitations of Modern Platforms by Javier Couto of Tryolabs, for an in-depth overview on the subject and insight into what platform best fits your use case.
Until next month...keep writing!
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