Will Twitter for Microsoft MVPs


This week is the MVP Summit at Microsoft.  When i’m not deleting email or getting my 4 hours of sleep (thanks upstairs neighbors), i’m hanging out with our MVPs, listening to their feedback, learning more about their projects.

Thursday afternoon members of the CodePlex team will be at the Sheraton Hotel Seattle for the Communities Side Session.  We’re trying to get the message out to all MVPs who use CodePlex to swing by for CodePlex swag, demos, and your list of feature suggestions.

To help get the word out… I have started Twittering.  The first entry says it all.

https://twitter.com/saraford

Okay, now what apps do i download to read and tweet?

Comments (10)

  1. I have tried quite a few clients for Windows, twhirl is by far the best

  2. Peter Ritchie says:

    Which room at the Sheraton?  I’ll be there.

  3. http://www.twhirl.org/ : twhirl is nice, it’s an AIR app and very slick.

    http://code.google.com/p/wittytwitter/ : Witty is a WPF app that’s open source.  I’ve made some contributions (notably Snarl integration).  It’s very nice.

    http://www.twitter.com : Honestly, I end up using the web interface more then anything :)

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  5. bsimser says:

    @Sara: I searched high and low for lots of clients but I find twhirl the best and most friction free. Give it a shot. Can’t make the summit this year but I’ll be coming down later this year to hook up with various peeps including some of CodePlex guys and gals.

  6. Mike Dunn says:

    Thanks for posing for a picture for me at the dinner last night. :)

  7. Jim Holmes says:

    Hey, is this something you can open up to non-MVPs who might be in the area and interested?

  8. saraford says:

    Hey Jim, Thursday’s event is only open to MVPs, since it is a part of the MVP summit.  However, if you know of any non-MVPs in that area who would be interested, can you send them my contact info?  I would be interested in doing a separate "meet-and-greet" event for non-MVPs.

  9. Kelvin says:

    snitter is good too: http://getsnitter.com

  10. Jason Haley says:

    Bummer … I’m a local non-mvp that would like to attend :)