Some of the best SQL Server information on the internet is available via Twitter feeds. Top SQL experts may drop in a casual 140 word message – pointing to a great article.
What I’m saying is: drop the @katyperry, @justinbieber, @taylorswift13 feeds and follow some of the best voices in the SQL Server community.
Some of these Twitter feeds are Microsoft based others are independent .
Position: Redmond,WA – Microsoft.com/sqlserver.Vendor
Why?:Latest Vendor updates. Once you sift through the marketing , there are useful updates
Name: DBA reactions
Why?: The DBA career is fun , but there are some bizarre situations involved. Any job that puts DBAs , project managers and end users in the same room, can only end in chaos! This one makes me laugh.
Name: Paul Randal
Position: Trainer. Consultant
Why?: Good explanations of complex ideas. Also maintains an excellent blog , full of great information
Why?: Makes great recommendations for technical reading
Name: Amit Banerjee
Position: Sr. Program Manager with SQL Product Group at Microsoft
Why?: I’ve heard Amit talk at TechEd, excellent communicator.
Position: The Twitter avatar of http://www.troubleshootingsql.com
Why?: Techniques for troubleshooting SQL Server , Azure and pointers to useful MS KB articles
Name: Bob Ward
Position: Chief Technology Officer, CSS Americas
Why?: Always melts my brain