Following MMS 2009 on Twitter
MMS 2009 is very close now and I’m getting ready to leave on Sunday for Las Vegas. More and more people are getting exited including me for this great event to learn about the latest IT Management Solutions from Microsoft.
As you may know there is something new that’s called Twitter. If you still not know what Twitter is you are working too much ;-)
Ok, I’ll explain once more. Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages. People write short updates, often called "tweets" of 140 characters or fewer. These messages are posted to your profile or your blog, sent to your followers, and are searchable on Twitter search.
Quite some people in working in IT Management are already using Twitter and some of them will also go to MMS 2009. To name some:
- Rod Trent (http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rtrent/default.aspx)
- Rikard Ronnkvist (http://www.snowland.se/)
- Pontus Blomqvist (http://blopon.blogspot.com/)
- Michael Niehaus (http://blogs.technet.com/mniehaus/)
- MMS 2009 Team (http://www.mms-2009.com/)
- Ed Aldrich (http://www.1e.com)
- SC Service Manager (http://blogs.technet.com/umeno/)
- Jalasoft (http://www.jalasoft.com)
- [your name here?]
just contact me at Twitter
I also created a Twibe for MMS09.
What is a Twibe?
A Twibe is a group of Twitter users interested in a common topic who would like to be able to communicate with each other. On each twibe's page, there is a list of twibe members. There is also a tweet stream that lists tweets from Twibe members which contain key word tags. Tags are set by the Twibe founder and are listed just above the tweet stream.
So if you are going to MMS 2009 join the Twibe and use the hashtag #mms209 for all tweets about MMS 2009.
Hope to see you all at MMS 2009 in Las Vegas.