Developers to follow on Twitter

May 2019 · Riga, Latvia · comments

The list was updated in 2019.

In addition to books and conferences, Twitter is my primary source of inspiration. Unfortunately, some developers don’t use Twitter because they find it too noisy. To improve the situation, I decided to compile a list of 20 high-quality Twitter accounts with good signal vs. noise ratio.

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No cats, politics, and selfies allowed.

Avatar Jakub Nabrdalik

Jakub is a hands-on Solutions Architect with deep experience is Domain Driven Design, Test/Behavior Driven Development, Spring, Microservices, and JVM.

Avatar Venkat Subramaniam

Venkat is a programmer, author of many books, speaker, founder Agile Developer, Inc., professor of Computer Science at the University of Houston.

Avatar Sandro Mancuso

Sandro is a software craftsman, speaker, founder of London Software Craftsmanship Community, and the author of The Software Craftsman book.

Avatar Kelsey Hightower

Kelsey is a well-known authority in the DevOps community. He works as a Staff Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform.

Avatar Sarah Drasner

Sarah is an award-winning speaker, Head of Developer Experience at Netlify, and Writer at CSS-Tricks. She is also a Vue Core team member.

Avatar Paul Irish

Paul works on the Google Chrome team focused on Developer Tooling, and everything else Chrome can do to make you a productive web developer. Paul has developed many OSS tools including Modernizr, Yeoman, and HTML5 Boilerplate.

Avatar Michael Feathers

Michael is an expert in software and organization design. He is the author of Working Effectively with Legacy Code book.

Avatar Yegor Bugayenko

Yegor is a programmer, OSS contributor, and the founder of Zerocracy — software engineering and management platform with a unique methodology. He is also an author of Elegant Objects – a book about object-oriented programming.

Avatar Robert C. Martin

Robert Martin, also known as Uncle Bob, is the author of bestselling Clean Code, Clean Coder and Clean Architecture books.

Avatar Martin Fowler

Martin is an expert in the enterprise software design and the author of Refactoring and Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture books.

Avatar J. B. Rainsberger

J.B. is a conference speaker and software mentor, helping both teams and individual programmers learn high-productivity techniques for delivering software.

Avatar Kent Beck

Kent Beck is the original signer of the Agile Manifesto, author of the eXtreme Programming book series, rediscoverer of Test-Driven Development.

Avatar Sam Newman

Independent consultant focusing on Microservices, cloud, and Continuous Delivery. Sam wrote a book on Building Microservices.

Avatar Cory House

Cory is a React consultant, trainer at Pluralsight, speaker, software architect, and Microsoft MVP.

Avatar Simon Brown

Author of “Software Architecture for Developers,” award-winning speaker, trainer, creator of C4 model for visualizing software structure.

Avatar Victor Rentea

Java Champion, the founder of Bucharest Software Craftsmanship Community, trainer, speaker, lead architect at IBM.

Avatar Eric Elliott

Eric is the author of “Composing Software” and “Programming JavaScript Applications” books. Founder of DevAnywhere.io. Mentor of mentors.

Avatar Kamil Szymański

Software developer, problem solver, JVM & open-source enthusiast.

Avatar Andrey Adamovich

Developer, entrepreneur, open-source enthusiast, DevOps and eXtreme Automation trainer.

Avatar Eduards Sizovs

You can follow me, too. I tweet about software development, mentoring, and recruiting.


What accounts you actively follow and never considered muting?