Or is that Tweeters? Twitter has become a fantastic tool for me to keep up with what's going around in the developer communities. It all comes down to following the right people. Here I'd like to share my list of the top 10 .NET Twitterers with you.
Follow The DZone Team
You can find most of the DZone team on Twitter already.
- DZone (@dzone)
- Rick (@RickRoss)
- Matt (@mpschmid)
- Amy (@greenar)
- Kirk (@pragkirk)
- Tim "aka bloid" (@tim_yates)
- Alvin (@alvinashcraft and @DZoneDotNetZone)
The List10) Jeff Atwood @codinghorror
9) Jeff Blankenburg @jblankenburg
Jeff is an ultra-passionate web developer who works for Microsoft. As a Developer Evangelist, he has the unique responsibility to consult and advise software developers about the new tools, technologies, and practices available to them. Through many speaking engagements and an active, technically-focused blog, Jeff has established himself as a valuable resource to .NET developers.8) Ted Neward @tedneward
Ted is an independent consultant specializing in high-scale enterprise systems. He is an authority in Java and .NET technologies, particularly in the areas of Java/.NET integration. He is the author or co-author of several books, including C# In a Nutshell, and a contributor to several technology journals. Ted is also a Microsoft MVP Architect, BEA Technical Director, INETA speaker, PluralSight instructor, and frequent conference speaker.7) Elijah Manor @elijahmanor
Derik founded and maintains DimeCasts.NET, a collection of 10-minute .NET screencasts. He is also a Microsoft MVP in C# and an ASPInsider.
5) Jeremy D. Miller @jeremydmiller
4) Rob Conery @robconery
Rob now works at Microsoft. He is the Creator of SubSonic, an ORM tool for .NET, and was the Chief Architect of the Commerce Starter Kit (a free, Open Source eCommerce platform for .NET).3) Jesse Liberty @JesseLiberty
As "Silverlight Geek" and "Developer Community Liaison" Jesse showcases the latest and greatest Silverlight stuff. He works for Microsoft, has authored four .NET titles for O’Reilly, and lives in the Boston area.2) Phil Haack @haacked
Phil is the ASP.NET MVC poster boy. He is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft on the ASP.NET team. He also leads the Subtext Project, an open source blog engine on the ASP.NET platform and has made small contributions to other projects such as RSS Bandit, Subsonic and MbUnit.1) Scott Hanselman @shanselman
Scott works for Microsoft as a Principal Program Manager, aiming to spread good information about developing software, usually on the Microsoft stack. Previously he was the Chief Architect at Corillian Corporation. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and a passionate all-around geek.