Today I updated my Blogroll, though I'd share some of the blogs I read regularly and why…
David Hayden – An ASP.Net developer from Florida, writes on daily basis, mostly about patterns & practices products: Enterprise Library, Software Factories etc. He is the owner of pnpguidance.net. I like to read his short and focused posts, and everyday I learn something new from him.
Mike Taulty – Works in the Developer and Platform Group at Microsoft in the UK. He maintains an independent blog in which he documents his struggles with latest releases of Microsoft technologies. I personally have seen all of his MSDN Nuggets about Linq to SQL, Windows Workflow Foundation and more, and he is one of the most inspiring blogger I know.
Daniel Moth – A Developer Evangelist from Microsoft UK, and a former MVP. I personally like his screencasts and posts about new features in Visual Studio 2008.
Julie Lerman – An MVP I started reading her blog just lately. She writes about Data Programmability which I am very interested in, helps many people in the MSDN Forums and provides feedback for the latest technology releases. An a new MVP, I am very inspired by her work.
Roger Jennings – Principal consultant of OakLeaf Systems, a consulting company from South California. He posts daily updates about topic I'm very much interested it. Kind of my own posts aggregator that also summaries the posts for me.
Who's on your blogroll and why?