How I Consume Twitter

I keep the people I follow to around 256. That's a good, nerdy number for me. And, it's still manageable to keep up with all the tweets in this group, most of the time. I use Twitter lists to categorize other accounts I want to follow. I use Tweetbot for...

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Community Spotlight: Scott Hanselman

Scott has been one of my community heroes for many, many years. I've long admired his writing skills, public speaking, humor, podcasts, and all the other outlets of his talents. Scott has inspired me to endeavor many things in the developer community, including writing, speaking, and being active on social...

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Community Spotlight: Alan Stevens

It is my pleasure to present this community tribute to the beloved Alan Stevens, written by guest author Matt Groves. The first time I ever saw Alan Stevens was over 8 years ago. It was during a critical time in my life where I was finishing my MBA, my first...

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Community Spotlight: Kevin Griffin

I first met Kevin when he was heading up INETA, the now defunct International .NET Association. INETA was instrumental in helping me on both sides of the community table. As a speaker, INETA helped me speak at a lot of user groups within driving distance. It wasn't a lot of...

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Community Spotlight: Carl Franklin

This guy. THIS guy. Carl has been one of my heroes since way back in the day of "Carl & Gary's Visual Basic Home Page." This long-gone-but-not-forgotten website was one of my go-to sources for helping me master Visual Basic. Of course, there's the long-running and much-downloaded .NET Rocks! podcast....

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Community Spotlight: Bryan Hunter

Bryan Hunter is the quintessential community champion. Everywhere he goes, he is cheerfully spreading the good news of functional programming and other technology he believes will benefit all developers. Community Impact Just a sample... Founder and facilitator of the NashFP Meetup (Nashville Functional Programming) since 2012. This group meets as...

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