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Anyhow, I decided to go with the book sales numbers to point me in the direction to go. Based on two months of numbers (December 2012 - February 2013), the topics appear to fall in place as follows (from most to least popular):
- Software packaging and deployment
- Visual LISP Programming
- AutoCAD Network Administration and Packaging/Deployment
- IT Project Management
Shoving this through a secondary logic-filter (somewhat like processing beer through a Randall), hopefully this arrives at a clear direction. Here goes...
- The responses from my recent blog post about Software Packaging were unexpectedly good.
- Visual LISP is a dying language, unfortunately. It was fun while it reigned supreme, and more fun when I actually worked with it.
- I'm caught up on 2013 network deployments for Autodesk products
- I pretty much covered what I wanted to in IT Project Management
So 1 + 1 = 1, errr, uhhh, what I mean is that I think I will follow up "Grinding Gears" with a newer/better-tasting/less-filling/no-wait-I-meant-MORE-filling version, focusing on Software Repackaging and Testing. I think that makes sense. If you strongly disagree, share your thoughts (and if you own a copy of any of my books, and you haven't posted a rating or feedback on Amazon yet, please do so? I really depend on that to help me focus on what you want me to write about and what needs more work).