Until today, I'd never gotten around to signing up for Twitter. After all, there are only so many hours in the day... But then Pete Brown (or should I say Pete_Brown??) stopped by my office for a quick visit and the topic of Twitter came up. Pete explained that he thought that Twitter would be a good way to help get the word out about Charting - and interact more directly with customers in general.

Sigh... he had me at "charting". So I've finally created a Twitter account: I'm DavidAns.

To set expectations appropriately, it is not intended to be a personal account (just like this is not a personal blog). You're not going to see posts about what I ate for breakfast, what bar I'm drinking at, or what I think about the guy who cut me off in traffic. Instead, my intent is to use Twitter like my blog - as a way to share cool coding tricks, .NET development tidbits, handy tools, and the like.

That said, I realize Twitter is a more socially interactive environment than a blog, so I can't promise everything I write will be 100% educational. :) But I'll definitely try to bias things way more toward signal than noise.

So if you're on Twitter and have a question for me you've been dying to ask, this is your lucky day. If not, don't worry - I'll continue to blog and answer any questions that come up there!