Let’s make Chrono Tron #1

Chrono Tron is moving up fast on WordPress.com (he's the #2 blog there out of thousands of blogs — WordPress is seeing more than 1,000 new blogs everyday started).

So, click on his link and you'll help him get into the #1 spot.

OK, that's a little funny, but seriously he (I assume it's a he) is a fun tech blog to read. I hope this helps more techies to start blogging. You can get noticed and move up the list.

Have you started a new tech blog in the past year? Leave your URL here so we can check you out. I haven't seen many good code blogs, by the way.

Coding Horror is one that stands out in my aggregator. Any other great code blogs?

72 thoughts on “Let’s make Chrono Tron #1

  1. My blog is mostly a reblog for my less tech-savvy friends and a way of taking persistent notes. I do however add my own comments and speak toward specific news or technology subjects.

  2. My blog is mostly a reblog for my less tech-savvy friends and a way of taking persistent notes. I do however add my own comments and speak toward specific news or technology subjects.

  3. I have just started a new blog today….It is a blog all about software and technology. I shall be covering everything from software development to consumer electronics and anything else that I find interesting. Please come have a look, maybe you could be my first visitor. :-) There’s not actually much content there yet but I hope to be quickly adding more with regular / frequent posts.

    My URL is http://www.zerosoft.co.uk

  4. I have just started a new blog today….It is a blog all about software and technology. I shall be covering everything from software development to consumer electronics and anything else that I find interesting. Please come have a look, maybe you could be my first visitor. :-) There’s not actually much content there yet but I hope to be quickly adding more with regular / frequent posts.

    My URL is http://www.zerosoft.co.uk

  5. A bit of everything, really, but I like to touch on the artistic (some might say “anal”) side of coding.

    Geek Smithology (blog.geeksmithology.com)

    I know some people say that nothing good can come from a pun, but judge for yourself…

  6. A bit of everything, really, but I like to touch on the artistic (some might say “anal”) side of coding.

    Geek Smithology (blog.geeksmithology.com)

    I know some people say that nothing good can come from a pun, but judge for yourself…

  7. Idea was to be coding blog, but haven’t posted code as of yet.

    General tech blog really.
    Claim to fame is I have managed to get Greg Stein (Apache) and Eric Richards to make comments which is cool. It’s cool how people like me miles from anywhere can get important people to read what they have to say – Blogging Rocks.

    http://softwarex-nz.blogspot.com

  8. Idea was to be coding blog, but haven’t posted code as of yet.

    General tech blog really.
    Claim to fame is I have managed to get Greg Stein (Apache) and Eric Richards to make comments which is cool. It’s cool how people like me miles from anywhere can get important people to read what they have to say – Blogging Rocks.

    http://softwarex-nz.blogspot.com

  9. I put code on my blog, I also write about grid computing with the occasional tech and personal comments. Right now most of the code samples are Excel-based; C#, VBA, VBS using the Digipede Network to distribute Excel workbooks on a grid. I’ve learned a lot more about Excel in the last few months than I ever thought I would know and as I’ve learned things I’ve put the information up. Once I finish the Excel project I’m going to start building some stuff to demo grid-enabling SOA applications. I’m looking forward to playing with ASP.NET 2.0, ATLAS, and web services and as I figure stuff out those code snippets will end up on my blog also. http://krgreenlee.blogspot.com/

  10. I put code on my blog, I also write about grid computing with the occasional tech and personal comments. Right now most of the code samples are Excel-based; C#, VBA, VBS using the Digipede Network to distribute Excel workbooks on a grid. I’ve learned a lot more about Excel in the last few months than I ever thought I would know and as I’ve learned things I’ve put the information up. Once I finish the Excel project I’m going to start building some stuff to demo grid-enabling SOA applications. I’m looking forward to playing with ASP.NET 2.0, ATLAS, and web services and as I figure stuff out those code snippets will end up on my blog also. http://krgreenlee.blogspot.com/

  11. Thoughts on developing Mac software at Microsoft. I work in the Macintosh Business Unit and have since just out of High School. Just Mac software development through my eyes, first person, connecting the dots.

  12. Thoughts on developing Mac software at Microsoft. I work in the Macintosh Business Unit and have since just out of High School. Just Mac software development through my eyes, first person, connecting the dots.

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