I have been in the software testing field for over 9 years. I have played various roles ranging anywhere from manual tester, performance tester, business analyst to web developer.
There is so much going on with Twitter. Links, trends, topics and more but how do you keep up? Here is a list of sites that can be used for searching Twitter friends, tweets and much more.
NOTE: This also includes the sites I previously listed in the blog “28 sites to help you search Twitter and more”
Xcelsius allows you to create interactive dashboards for your personal use or your organization. You can create the dashboards from Microsoft Excel or a live data source, and export your dashboard to a another format – Microsoft Office, Flash (SWF) files, Adobe PDF, and Adobe Air.
Most of you either using Twitter, know someone who is on Twitter or just want to be known as a Tweeter. On Twitter you can use a the standard background, a standard premade Twitter background or you can make your own.
Why not stand out from the crowd and create your own Twitter background?
Here is a list of Twitter badges, buttons, counters & widgets:
Have you noticed that the more and more we use Twitter the more and more new tools & sites show up? There’s so many of these sites & tools popping up that sometimes it’s hard to keep up with what’s out there.
After much debate and running into too many limitations with the Ning platform I have decided to move my personal blogs to WordPress.
The blogs I posted on the All Realms Ning platform are still available and each of the converted blogs do provide a link back to the original blog. I haven’t been able to pull the previous comments yet so let’s just say we’re starting fresh for now.
If you are asking what is LinkedIn or have been with LinkedIn for awhile this video/blog is for you.
Back in early March CNN held an interview with the CEO of LinkedIn. Reid Hoffman answered questions on how to use LinkedIn. Notice that in the video there is a comment that FaceBook is not something you should use at work.
This is just my two cents so take it as you may.
Before you write a blog or post a comment do you step back and think who might see it?
Have you logged into Twitter recently? If you login today you will notice a new box with a link to widgets/twitter search. It even gives you a definition of what they are if you don’t already know. I have a feeling that this is just a test and pretty soon we will see “Advertise Here” links. My only wish is that they do not start having pop-ups. I personally am not a fan of popups.