I do not have as much time as I would like to read all the great technical blogs out there so I have really pulled mine back to what I consider to be the real essentials.

I am really getting into Tess she is a troubleshooting extraordinaire. Really has the CSI thing going, I think she maybe closer to Columbo as she seems to know the answer before she starts! She stopped blogging for a while but has come back swinging. Also seriously consider Dare Obasanjo, he covers a wide range of topics and is not afraid to share his point of view regardless of whether it is for or against his Dark Overlord. Attwood is a very good writer if only a little "preachy". Hanselman remains the gold standard, however, I get the impression from his Hanselminutes podcast's that he is running out of things to talk about ... board games ... honestly!



   


   
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