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Statistics from our work with Juneday's educational material.

So far, until 2019-06-20, we've produced

Juneday's statistics

We've been writing our own materuial for our courses for some years now. The material includes: In March 2017 we started measuring our work with Juneday's educational material. Usually we find it hard to talk about the amount of material we've produced. Some don't understand what loc (lines of code) means and how to compare that to something else, like say an academic paper, and some may find it hard to grasp what a certain number of pages corresponds to in another measurement. We've decided to give you a hint by measuring our text material and source code in books (with 600 pages) and the videos in DVDs (102 minutes as is Dirty Harry from 1971) you can buy in a store.


Here are some links if you're interested in more detailed statistics:

Statistics (updated 2019-06-20)

Last month (since 2019-05-20) we produced

Material
Production over period (daily)
Equals
1 (.03) A4 pages
0% of a book1
Presentations
1 (.03) A4 pages
0% of a book3
16 (.51) lines of code
0% of a book2
0 (0) minutes
0% of a DVD4

Last year (since 2018-06-20) we produced

Material
Production over period (daily)
Equals
831 (2.27) A4 pages
1.38 books1
Presentations
-45 (-.12) A4 pages
-7.00% of a book3
34766 (95.24) lines of code
1.15 books2
413 (1.13) minutes
4.04 DVDs4

Legend

  1. One book is 600 pages, which is the amount of pages in a book used in many courses in Sweden.
  2. When printing source code 50 lines of code fits on one page in a book as above
  3. Printing a presentation on one page in a book as above
  4. When printing source code 50 lines of code fits on one page
  5. One DVD equals 102 minutes, which is the length of Dirty Harry (1971)