2007 iContact and personal redux

iContact Accomplishments

  • Team grew from 10 to 22
  • Down from 12 mail servers to 10!
  • From Four database clusters to six
  • Built and launched a Community
  • From 50-80+servers
  • Created and Grew Infrastructure team from 2 people to 9 people under Carl’s leadership
  • Alan and Geoff reoriented our development teams to create the Middleware and User-experience teams
  • Fixed 1048 bugs, (of 1683 total resolved)
  • 3102 logged hours of development time vs. 2255 hours of development time in 2006
  • 2393 Maint Tickets vs. 1194 in 2006
  • 1141 Systems/Helpdesk Tickets vs. 1137 in 2006 (amazing, a difference of only 4 tickets)
  • 33k lines of code added to the Publisher (170k lines of core code of the Publisher vs 147k at the end of 2006)
  • 71k LOC created in the Community (71k LOC in the Community vs. 266 at the end of 2006)
  • 1778 commits to the Publisher tool (that’s a lot of code reviews)

At home

  • We’ve taken 3001 photos totaling 3.6 GB
  • We’ve taken 327 movies totaling 9.4 GB
  • I’ve archived 1180 emails totaling 263 MB (theoretically, I read most of these)
  • I’ve Traded 9191 Instant messages
  • I’ve written 25 blog entries (up until this one)
  • We’ve helped at least 22 dogs find new homes (probably many more, but I’m counting those I have photos of)
  • DRNA spent over $8,528 vetting these dogs
  • Rented 103 movies from Netflix (approximately 200 hours of our year)