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I’ve been on Twitter since 2006 (@ryancarson) and it’s where I get all my news these days. It’s important to know who to follow in order to get the best advice, tips and news.

Here’s a list of the top web developers on Twitter (in no particular order). I’ll also be publishing lists for web designers, entrepreneurs and ‘generally interesting’ people.

[Updated: I’ve added some new names that should’ve made the first cut!]

I wasn’t able to fit everyone on this list, so please feel free to make suggestions in the comments.

  1. Leah Culver @leahculver
  2. Kevin Marks @kevinmarks
  3. John Maeda @johnmaeda
  4. Xeni Jardin @xenijardin
  5. Rasmus Lerdorf @rasmus
  6. Aza Raskin @azaaza
  7. Ian Dodsworth @iaindodsworth
  8. Gina Trapani @ginatrapani
  9. Francisco Tolmasky @tolmasky
  10. Jonathan Snook @snookca
  11. Brittany Bohnet @brit
  12. Blake Ross @blakeross
  13. Jeff Atwood @codinghorror
  14. David Recordon @daveman692
  15. Eric Meyer @meyerweb
  16. David Heinemeier Hansson @d2h
  17. Jamis Buck @jamis
  18. Andre Torrez@torrez
  19. Joe Stump @joestump
  20. Dion Almaer @dalmaer
  21. Molly E. Holzschlag @mollydotcom
  22. Chris Wilson @cwilso
  23. Shaun Inman @shauninman
  24. Mike Buzzard @mbuzzard
  25. Billie M. Mandel @synaesthete
  26. Simon Willison @simonw
  27. Matt Mullenweg @photomatt
  28. Matt Biddulph @mattb
  29. Garrett Dimon @garrettdimon
  30. Gabe Rivera @gaberivera
  31. Daniela Barbosa @danielabarbosa
  32. Drew McLellan @drewm
  33. Blaine Cook @blaine
  34. Chris Lea @chrislea
  35. John Resig @jeresig
  36. Stefan Magdalinski @smagdali
  37. Tim Bray @timbray
  38. Nate Koechley @natekoechley
  39. Christian Heilmann @codepo8
  40. Brad Neuberg @bradneuberg
  41. Alex Payne @al3x
  42. Marco Arment @marcoarment
  43. Rey Bango @reybango
  44. Cal Henderson @iamcal

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230 Responses to “40 Web Developers to Follow on Twitter”

  1. Well done! You created a reasonably long list which makes it possible to actually check them all out without spending half a day. 😉 I do miss one brilliant tweeting web dev in your list though and that's @pixelprodigy who tweets plenty of useful resources and tips&trix around web development as well as web design. :)

  2. Well done! You created a reasonably long list which makes it possible to actually check them all out without spending half a day. 😉

    I do miss one brilliant tweeting web dev in your list though and that's @pixelprodigy who tweets plenty of useful resources and tips&trix around web development as well as web design. :)

  3. Nice list of tweeps developers should follow on Twitter.

  4. Nice list, but a lot of these people seem to be very close to “web designer”– a few that I know of just do css/html, which puts them on a close line (developers are always telling me that just doing html/css is lightweight development…very little actually logic just for display). Sad to not see that they're not all “proper coders”, especially since you said you're going to do a separate list for web designers anyway. Is there really not 40 great (solely) web developers out there to follow?

  5. Nice list, but a lot of these people seem to be very close to “web designer”– a few that I know of just do css/html, which puts them on a close line (developers are always telling me that just doing html/css is lightweight development…very little actually logic just for display).

    Sad to not see that they're not all “proper coders”, especially since you said you're going to do a separate list for web designers anyway. Is there really not 40 great (solely) web developers out there to follow?

  6. Thanks for the great list :)

  7. Hey Kat – You're right, the lines often blur. However, I included folks that definitely wouldn't be considered designers (Molly H and Eric Meyer for example). Feel free to make any suggestions though.

  8. Hey Kat – You're right, the lines often blur. However, I included folks that definitely wouldn't be considered designers (Molly H and Eric Meyer for example). Feel free to make any suggestions though.

    • Is Xeni Jardin @xenijardin a Web Developer?? She’s a tv personality/blogger/journalist right?

      I check on wikipedia and nothing there say that she or was a developer or even a designer. Or maybe you could give some highlights about her developer experience.

      Thanks..

  9. Great list – can I suggest adding @malarky, @brucel, and @chrisspooner to the list? They are some of my favourites :)

  10. oops… make that @Malarkey! (need another coffee)

  11. Hey you gotta add calvin from mayhem studios .

  12. thank you – very useful list.

  13. I didn't include @Malarkey because he's a designer – he'll appear in the designer list :)

  14. What's Calvin's twitter username?

  15. I didn't include @Malarkey because he's a designer – he'll appear in the designer list :)

  16. What's Calvin's twitter username?

  17. he's a designer as well!

  18. he's a designer as well!

  19. Yea, it's a hard line– I don't actually have many notorious web developers I follow, just web developer mates (who are brilliant, but not that famous). I'm surprised @elliottkember didn't get on your list… he's usually pretty fun to follow, but I can appreciate you trying to get others on the list first :)

  20. Yea, it's a hard line– I don't actually have many notorious web developers I follow, just web developer mates (who are brilliant, but not that famous). I'm surprised @elliottkember didn't get on your list… he's usually pretty fun to follow, but I can appreciate you trying to get others on the list first :)

  21. Doh – thanks :)

  22. oops my fault. im sorry for the wrong info id gave ya.

  23. mcaulay on March 2, 2009 at 12:05 pm said:

    i vote for @reybango because he's a good guy!

  24. mcaulay on March 2, 2009 at 7:05 am said:

    i vote for @reybango because he's a good guy!

  25. Nice list, thanks. It would have been nice to have the devs identified by what they are into. I had to read each ones bio and visit the site before deciding to follow or not (the ones I did not know that is).

  26. What, no alt text so we know who's-who in the images? On a blog/site about web development? Oh man, we're screwed as an industry.

  27. What, no alt text so we know who's-who in the images? On a blog/site about web development? Oh man, we're screwed as an industry.

  28. Rey is indeed awesome :) But he's not really a developer.

  29. Rey is indeed awesome :) But he's not really a developer.

  30. thanks for this list

  31. Prepare for about 1000 what about me comments.

  32. Great point Michael – I should've sorted that out. Will do so now!

  33. Great point Michael – I should've sorted that out. Will do so now!

  34. I mentioned this above, but Andy is a designer, not a developer. So he'll go no the next list :)

  35. I mentioned this above, but Andy is a designer, not a developer. So he'll go no the next list :)

  36. i vote for twitter's @al3x & tumblr's @marco

  37. i vote for twitter's @al3x & tumblr's @marco

  38. Is Xeni Jardin a web developer? Didn't realise that. Cool list, btw :)

  39. Hmm. 20 years of development says otherwise. Let me know if you'd like a copy of my resume. ;)I still <3 ya Ryan. :)

  40. Is Xeni Jardin a web developer? Didn't realise that. Cool list, btw :)

  41. Hmm. 20 years of development says otherwise. Let me know if you'd like a copy of my resume. 😉

    I still <3 ya Ryan. :)

  42. Damn – I feel dumb now. Going to amend the list soon. So sorry Rey!!

  43. Alex Popescu on March 2, 2009 at 4:47 pm said:

    I'd like to suggest a couple more names: @plightbo, @mraible, @graemerocher and without any false modesty @al3xandru.

  44. Alex Popescu on March 2, 2009 at 11:47 am said:

    I'd like to suggest a couple more names: @plightbo, @mraible, @graemerocher and without any false modesty @al3xandru.

  45. Hey Alex – can you please tell me more about those folks?

  46. May I suggest one more? Andreas Carlsson @nofont Progressive, inventive, brilliant.

  47. Alex Popescu on March 2, 2009 at 12:01 pm said:

    @plightbo: Patrick Lightbody: webwork, struts2, selenium, openqa, browsermob.com
    @mraible: Matt Raible: almost any Java web framework, appfuse,
    @graemerocher: Graeme Rocher, grails
    @al3xandru: Alex Popescu, webwork, struts2, InfoQ.com, (working now on the.dailycloud.net)

  48. Alex Popescu on March 2, 2009 at 5:01 pm said:

    @plightbo: Patrick Lightbody: webwork, struts2, selenium, openqa, browsermob.com@mraible: Matt Raible: almost any Java web framework, appfuse, @graemerocher: Graeme Rocher, grails@al3xandru: Alex Popescu, webwork, struts2, InfoQ.com, (working now on the.dailycloud.net)

  49. Doug McCaughan @djuggler is a totally rockin' web developer for PHP/MySQL CF/MSSQL & up on social applications & trends and should definitely be followed! (of course, I may be a little biased..well, a lot biased)

  50. Doug McCaughan @djuggler is a totally rockin' web developer for PHP/MySQL CF/MSSQL & up on social applications & trends and should definitely be followed! (of course, I may be a little biased..well, a lot biased)

  51. Chris Pearson, creator of the Thesis WP theme @pearsonifiedBrian Gardner, creator of Revolution WP theme (now StudioPress) @bgardner

  52. Chris Pearson, creator of the Thesis WP theme @pearsonified
    Brian Gardner, creator of Revolution WP theme (now StudioPress) @bgardner

  53. Sonburn on March 2, 2009 at 1:21 pm said:

    Jason Fried (@jasonfried), Dave Shea (@mezzoblue), Cameron Moll (@cameronmoll), Jason Santa Maria (@jasonsantamaria)

  54. dangit i didnt make it 😉

  55. Is this just a list of developers on twitter? What is the actual criteria to be listed? Is there one? While some are well known, others are not so much and, I assume, simply added because of their popularity rather than skill. Have you reviewed their code?There are thousands of fantastic apps and code around and this list can't come anywhere near to listing all of them and seems to just be a popularity contest rather than a “useful” list.I imagine the designer list will be easier to create as their work can be viewed, but the work done behind the scenes is not as easy to review.

  56. Is this just a list of developers on twitter? What is the actual criteria to be listed? Is there one? While some are well known, others are not so much and, I assume, simply added because of their popularity rather than skill. Have you reviewed their code?

    There are thousands of fantastic apps and code around and this list can't come anywhere near to listing all of them and seems to just be a popularity contest rather than a “useful” list.

    I imagine the designer list will be easier to create as their work can be viewed, but the work done behind the scenes is not as easy to review.

  57. How glamorous! Follow their tweets, take part in their famous life! And maybe, one day, one of them will start following you!

  58. Hmm. Wondering what the definition of Web Developer is.

  59. I would love a short summary of each one, but I bet you're eyes would be tired after all that. :p

  60. I would love a short summary of each one, but I bet you're eyes would be tired after all that. :p

  61. I mean 'your eyes' dammit!

  62. I mean 'your eyes' dammit!

  63. The list is completely subjective, but the basic criteria was whether or not they had built something high-profile and successful.

  64. For goodness sake, Ryan. You don't half set yourself up for some piss taking. I mean honestly, “40 Web Developers to Follow on Twitter”? How is this interesting commentary? O'Reilly Media must be quaking in their boots.I like you, really. And I've oft enjoyed your conferences and training events. But I sometimes wander what planet you are living on.

  65. For goodness sake, Ryan. You don't half set yourself up for some piss taking. I mean honestly, “40 Web Developers to Follow on Twitter”? How is this interesting commentary? O'Reilly Media must be quaking in their boots.

    I like you, really. And I've oft enjoyed your conferences and training events. But I sometimes wander what planet you are living on.

  66. Great list, thanks for posting! @jordanbrown

  67. Thanks for the list Ryan – I generally follow fellow web designers, but you're right in putting this list together – web developers are equally important and worthwhile following. :)My details for consideration on your upcoming web designers list:@creativeworldhttp://twitter.com/creativeworld:)

  68. Thanks for the list Ryan – I generally follow fellow web designers, but you're right in putting this list together – web developers are equally important and worthwhile following. :)

    My details for consideration on your upcoming web designers list:

    @creativeworld
    http://twitter.com/creativeworld

    :)

  69. BuzzlairThanks for recommending me. True, I'm a designer, not a dev. html/css is as far I go. :)- Cal

  70. Buzzlair

    Thanks for recommending me. True, I'm a designer, not a dev. html/css is as far I go. :)

    – Cal

  71. I wish you would specify what sites these people develop from.

  72. I wish you would specify what sites these people develop from.

  73. Thanks for the cool list.

  74. A lot of folks want to know who are the leading developers to follow from and learn from, so yes, you bet it's valuable information. It's subjective, but it's still valuable.

  75. A lot of folks want to know who are the leading developers to follow from and learn from, so yes, you bet it's valuable information. It's subjective, but it's still valuable.

  76. Hey Sonburn – those folks are are designers :)

  77. Developpers…. Why is there less than 10 wimen for 40 DEvs ?

  78. thanks for sharing the list. @problogger just twitted youhttp://www.twitter.com/jacobovillegas

  79. thanks for sharing the list. @problogger just twitted you

    http://www.twitter.com/jacobovillegas

  80. Hi, I'm a System Engineer, from Argentina, working on web 2.0 related projects, social apps.. You can follow me on http://twitter.com/selecters75

  81. Hi, I'm a System Engineer, from Argentina, working on web 2.0 related projects, social apps.. You can follow me on http://twitter.com/selecters75

  82. 25% is higher than the industry average, actually.

  83. markce on March 3, 2009 at 4:48 am said:

    This web developers list would be more helpful if you gave a “why they are on this list” tagline to each one.

  84. Black Hippy Chick is an African American Web Developer she was formally the chapter leader of Webgrrls Atlanta according to her blog. She does not write anything at all about web design but she has a rather entertaining blog and feed about life and politics . Her blog includes videos. The feed for her twitter is http://twitter.com/blackhippychick

  85. Agreed. For some of them I know why they're on the list but many of them are unknown to me.

  86. Agreed. For some of them I know why they're on the list but many of them are unknown to me.

  87. JimBowen on March 3, 2009 at 6:10 am said:

    What about Jeremy Keith

  88. Nice! Twitter is getting huge, I really need to get a account there before I get left behind

  89. Argh! Cal – I'll add you. My bad :(

  90. Argh! Cal – I'll add you. My bad :(

  91. Brad Neuberg may be a talented developer (I have no idea who he is), but he has posted exactly two updates, both nine months ago. How is he someone I must follow?

  92. The hope is he'll start :)

  93. The hope is he'll start :)

  94. Bill Leonard on March 3, 2009 at 2:29 pm said:

    no Zeldman?

  95. Thanks for the list looks like i am off to check them out thanks.

  96. If you want to make the list really complete, make sure to add Arno http://twitter.com/me_arno , an experienced designer and his slogan says it all: “…designing amazing is our nature”

  97. very nice blogg

  98. peter pan on March 4, 2009 at 5:35 pm said:

    Are these web developers or HTML coders? Sure don't /look/ like a bunch of senior developers that are worth following…

  99. peter pan on March 4, 2009 at 12:35 pm said:

    Are these web developers or HTML coders? Sure don't /look/ like a bunch of senior developers that are worth following…

  100. Brad Neuberg on March 4, 2009 at 2:10 pm said:

    Seesmic video reply from Disqus.

  101. It's a mixed bag. This is definitely not what I'd call a list of web developers. I see designers, evangelists, both back-end and front-end people, user interaction designers and probably more different professions in this list.While most of these people are definitely worth following, this list is definitely NOT 'a list of web developers'.

  102. It's a mixed bag. This is definitely not what I'd call a list of web developers. I see designers, evangelists, both back-end and front-end people, user interaction designers and probably more different professions in this list.

    While most of these people are definitely worth following, this list is definitely NOT 'a list of web developers'.

  103. Ryan, I think this list is the perfect size. I also think it's funny how angry people can get over a simple blog post. Calm down folks, this isn't life or death, it's just a list of cool people.

  104. Ryan, I think this list is the perfect size. I also think it's funny how angry people can get over a simple blog post. Calm down folks, this isn't life or death, it's just a list of cool people.

  105. Nice list. No doubt you are on twitter since 2006, with your experience and knowledge you made the list – superb!I will wait for your list of web designers, entrepreneurs and interesting people.

  106. Nice list.

    No doubt you are on twitter since 2006, with your experience and knowledge you made the list – superb!

    I will wait for your list of web designers, entrepreneurs and interesting people.

  107. Great list. There is a community that is taking off on Twitter – Design Community Twitter Hours — #DCTH run by Chad Engle http://www.twitter.com/dcth

  108. Great list. There is a community that is taking off on Twitter – Design Community Twitter Hours — #DCTH run by Chad Engle http://www.twitter.com/dcth

  109. shankyrhodes on March 6, 2009 at 10:59 am said:

    thanks for this one.http://www.nycvenueguide.com

  110. shankyrhodes on March 6, 2009 at 5:59 am said:

    thanks for this one.

    http://www.nycvenueguide.com

  111. Here's one: @shoesmithOn this list too: http://www.invokedprojects.com/blog/entry/10-ex

  112. Here's one: @shoesmith

    On this list too: http://www.invokedprojects.com/blog/entry/10-ex

  113. Wow..thank you so much for recognizing some awesome talent to follow for updated knowledge and tips. So many of us need that. I'm definitely going to follow them on Twitter now!

  114. Wow..thank you so much for recognizing some awesome talent to follow for updated knowledge and tips. So many of us need that. I'm definitely going to follow them on Twitter now!

  115. jamesgpearce on March 7, 2009 at 8:20 pm said:

    Dion Almaer is one of the few who actually talks about the craft on Twitter – and since he's at the heart of the Firefox machine, worth following.This list contains lots of cool people, but many don't actually discuss web development much. Follow them – of course! – but better for banter & small talk than professional purpose.One day you should have a mobile developer list too. There are more than a few gurus on Twitter who are opening up that frontier as we speak.

  116. jamesgpearce on March 7, 2009 at 3:20 pm said:

    Dion Almaer is one of the few who actually talks about the craft on Twitter – and since he's at the heart of the Firefox machine, worth following.

    This list contains lots of cool people, but many don't actually discuss web development much. Follow them – of course! – but better for banter & small talk than professional purpose.

    One day you should have a mobile developer list too. There are more than a few gurus on Twitter who are opening up that frontier as we speak.

  117. I am glad that somebody pointed out that “many don't actually discuss web development much”.

  118. I am glad that somebody pointed out that “many don't actually discuss web development much”.

  119. Having a list is great and all.. but why should we follow each of these people?

  120. We're a web design company in liverpool. We've also started using twitter.

  121. We're a web design company in liverpool. We've also started using twitter.

  122. Thank you for compiling this list. You have done half my work for me. lol!

  123. What criteria did you use to claim they're the top web developers?

  124. What criteria did you use to claim they're the top web developers?

  125. Nice list, thanks. This could come in very handy. Twitter is awesome, who doesn't use it these days.

  126. Nice list, thanks. This could come in very handy. Twitter is awesome, who doesn't use it these days.

  127. Wouldn't it be better to follow these people's blogs rather than their “mmm, spicy thai for lunch!”

  128. Wouldn't it be better to follow these people's blogs rather than their “mmm, spicy thai for lunch!”

  129. Wow so many names how to choose who to follow!

  130. Great list. But what about @dennisl? He created http://www.AccessibleTwitter.com at @accessibleTwitr

  131. greatlife on March 10, 2009 at 10:27 am said:

    Thanks for this incredible list, it is a really long list….i hope i can follow as many as i can on twitter and make the most of it..Dave Scott

  132. greatlife on March 10, 2009 at 5:27 am said:

    Thanks for this incredible list, it is a really long list….
    i hope i can follow as many as i can on twitter and make the most of it..

    Dave Scott

  133. Thanks for the list. I have started using twitter feew weeks ago and I'm addicted. It's good to know that there are some awesome web developers on there I can possibly work something out with. Twitter is amazing and your blog post gives the the resources I can use in the future.

  134. Thanks for the list. I have started using twitter feew weeks ago and I'm addicted. It's good to know that there are some awesome web developers on there I can possibly work something out with. Twitter is amazing and your blog post gives the the resources I can use in the future.

  135. Check out @byatool, His updates are a fresh take on programming. It gets back to programming for the fun of it! He is new to Twitter but I have seen his development first hand and it rocks. He is an ASP.NET / C# Developer from Michigan!!

  136. nice list! I have to admit that I am a complete twitter newbie. I hope following 40 web designers will not kepp me busy all day long :-)

  137. That was awesome :)

  138. Xeni Jardin is a web developer?

  139. JustinKendall on March 11, 2009 at 7:28 pm said:

    Nice list. I'd suggest @jtkendall. He's a PHP Developer who uses lots of other languages and helps people out when they have questions.

  140. JustinKendall on March 11, 2009 at 2:28 pm said:

    Nice list. I'd suggest @jtkendall. He's a PHP Developer who uses lots of other languages and helps people out when they have questions.

  141. May be I am too old (I am 36) , but I don't get the point. Why is twitter so popular. I spent a while on it and all I can say it: it's BORING!

  142. May be I am too old (I am 36) , but I don't get the point. Why is twitter so popular. I spent a while on it and all I can say it: it's BORING!

  143. Don't forget @ElizabethN, @snipeyhead, @maggie1000 for wimmin devs. @snipeyhead wrote a few books, and @ElizabethN and @maggie present at conferences, IIRC

  144. Don't forget @ElizabethN, @snipeyhead, @maggie1000 for wimmin devs. @snipeyhead wrote a few books, and @ElizabethN and @maggie present at conferences, IIRC

  145. (They are all PHP devs)

  146. Some do, some don't – some talk about webdev *part* of the time. But even if they're not all webdev all the time, they're good to have as resources if you get stuck, need inspiration, etc. I have lots of industry people on my follow list. Not all of them talk shop 24/7, but I like that too.

  147. Some do, some don't – some talk about webdev *part* of the time. But even if they're not all webdev all the time, they're good to have as resources if you get stuck, need inspiration, etc. I have lots of industry people on my follow list. Not all of them talk shop 24/7, but I like that too.

  148. well, thanks for the list, I'm gonna add and check it later.. ;)again.. thanks!

  149. well, thanks for the list, I'm gonna add and check it later.. 😉
    again.. thanks!

  150. well done … me too :)

  151. You missed the most important web developer, and twitter user in the world, ME! (@JoelDrapper)Just kidding… but you should do a list of youngest web developers on twitter sometime.Great list, thanks a lot. I'm now following you too.

  152. You missed the most important web developer, and twitter user in the world, ME! (@JoelDrapper)

    Just kidding… but you should do a list of youngest web developers on twitter sometime.

    Great list, thanks a lot. I'm now following you too.

  153. You don't have to read every single tweet.

  154. You don't have to read every single tweet.

  155. What makes someone a “top web developer”? Is it the company they work for (Apple, Google …) or is it because they have a blog that a lot of people visit? I was just wondering where this list came from. You didn't explain that in the blog post. Thanks.

  156. What makes someone a “top web developer”? Is it the company they work for (Apple, Google …) or is it because they have a blog that a lot of people visit? I was just wondering where this list came from. You didn't explain that in the blog post. Thanks.

  157. web2.0guy on March 17, 2009 at 5:58 pm said:

    A whole bunch of “to follow” lists: http://followontwitterlists.com/

  158. I agree…so many build up so fast that reading every single one would be ridiculous.Chrishome mortgage newark

  159. I agree…so many build up so fast that reading every single one would be ridiculous.

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  160. any chance I could get on there? @simonhamp

  161. Thanks for the lists…I'm going to follow them

  162. Thanks for the lists…I'm going to follow them

  163. I've just recently begun using Twitter. I think it is great as long as you don't have too many people that you are suign to stay in contact with, as that can get overwhelming.Chrishomes new jersey for sale

  164. I've just recently begun using Twitter. I think it is great as long as you don't have too many people that you are suign to stay in contact with, as that can get overwhelming.

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  165. Some useful and interesting people on the list :) THanks

  166. Krystal on April 3, 2009 at 4:59 pm said:

    Great list to follow on Twitter! Thanks :)

  167. Forgot to also thank all the suggestions from the comments also!

  168. Which languages do they develop in mainly?

  169. “Successful websites only occur when experienced and knowledgeable web developers and designers work together in harmony. Hence it is important to choose a website developer carefully as it often means the difference between the success and failure of the website.”Thank you so much for the list Ryan!–Wedding Favors from Atlanta, GA

  170. “Successful websites only occur when experienced and knowledgeable web developers and designers work together in harmony. Hence it is important to choose a website developer carefully as it often means the difference between the success and failure of the website.”

    Thank you so much for the list Ryan!
    Wedding Favors from Atlanta, GA

  171. Thank You for the list.Hope One day my name will also be included.LOL.Maclaren Twin Triumph StrollerMaclaren Techno Stroller

  172. Thank You for the list.Hope One day my name will also be included.LOL.

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  173. A company in the UK that makes useful web apps and runs events, conferences and workshops.

  174. Hi,
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  178. thanks, very useful list.

  179. yeah, no doubt, these people know how to help you with your questions when it comes to twitter.

  180. Great list. I'm going to follow this people. Thanks.

  181. I have been a big fan of @JasonSnell – Editorial Director of Macworld and @Padmasree Warrior CTO at Cisco Systems.

    http://twitter.com/mindsmack

  182. I have been a big fan of @JasonSnell – Editorial Director of Macworld and @Padmasree Warrior CTO at Cisco Systems.

    http://twitter.com/mindsmack

  183. thanks admin good post

  184. Nice list of great twitter members!
    Thanks

  185. Thank you for posting such a useful, impressive and a wicked article.

  186. I mean ‘your eyes’ dammit!

  187. There’s…an increased passion for ‘doing the people’s work’ I guess you could say…or at least that what it looks like from the outside where i stand. wtf I hope you’ll have a look and share it with readers. and wtf We were incredibly encouraged by the Obama memo, as we’ve been talking about that same visionand wtf We were incredibly encouraged by the Obama memo, as we’ve been talking about that same Visio and wtf and wtf With the passage of the stimulus bill, we are now embarking on having a website for every law that is passed. are really great! And sorbet!!

  188. There’s…an increased passion for ‘doing the people’s work’ I guess you could say…or at least that what it looks like from the outside where i stand. wtf I hope you’ll have a look and share it with readers. and wtf We were incredibly encouraged by the Obamaaaa

  189. Nice list, but a lot of these people seem to be very close to “web designer”– a few that I know of just do css/html, which puts them on a close line (developers are always telling me that just doing html/css is lightweight development…very little actually logic just for display).

  190. great article!!

  191. Nice list of Twitter users – impossible to follow them all though x)

  192. i like it. fx15 ile zayıflayın fx15

  193. good to see the developers group at single place who are twitting.

    thnks,
    Raghuram Reddy Gottimukkula
    certified coldfusion developer
    Bangalore

  194. anlastik degil mi?

  195. Mircindir bayanlarla sohbet et…

  196. Thank you very much for this useful article and the comments

  197. thanks you very good admin

  198. I’m really very useful to follow a long-time see this as a blog here Thank you for your valuable information.

  199. this is a really great place to visit :)

  200. tenkyou admins.. livee

  201. Thanks for the great list.

  202. Great list, I just started to use Twitter – I know i’m pretty late!

  203. We are a london based web development team and have just launch a new twitter bookmarking service, please check it out and give us some feedback at http://www.birdpie.com or ping us on twitter @bird_pie

  204. I’ve subscribed to this list. Thanks for sharing. I am also website developer and my twitter is http://twitter.com/websitesdevel

  205. Great list, I just started to use Twitter – I know i’m pretty late!

  206. REBECCA MURPHEY
    NICOLE SULLIVAN

    break up the sausage party

  207. This is excellent! I love using Twitter! ^_^

  208. Great list to follow on twitter. Thank you!

  209. Great list, is there any way we you could give an updated version?

  210. koko i guess

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