Top Tweeters in IT Application Development


The argument surrounding Twitter’s usefulness will more than likely rage on for years with no clear winner. But one thing’s for sure, it’s a great place to find news -- if you know the right people to follow. That’s why we’re starting a monthly blog post series to highlight some of the influential “twitterers” that we enjoy following, sharing with you some great resources to help find new, techy, and interesting news.

Scroll down to our Top Ten for February and fill your stream with techy tweeters. And don’t forget to follow @OnQuality for more updates!

  1. Chris Curran - @cbcurran
  2. Jeff Atwood - @codinghorror
  3. Joel Spolsky - @spolsky
  4. Eric Kavanagh - @eric_kavanagh
  5. Esther Schindler - @estherschindler
  6. Methods & Tools - @methodsandstools
  7. Robert McMillan - @bobmcmillan
  8. Tim Anderson - @timanderson
  9. DZone - @DZone
  10. Ron Miller - @ron_miller
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