Scott Barber and AST now on Twitter
Recently I succumbed to peer pressure and tried Twitter. Twitter is a "micro-blogging" site. It took me a while to figure out what that meant and what value it has, but after trying it, I get it now. It's a great way to share little bits of information worth sharing, but that doesn't (or often doesn't *yet*) justify a whole blog post. I find that I like it. It's a quick and easy way to keep folks up to date on what I'm doing and/or thinking about, like giving conference talks, or trying to flesh out some half-baked performance testing ideas.
I found it useful enough that I also started a Twitter account for AST, where AST leaders can keep members up to date on what's going on "behind the scenes" to give them some insight to all the work volunteers are doing to deliver the services the members benefit from.
If you're interested in keeping up with what AST and I are up to, follow us on Twitter: