Bob Metcalfe: The founder of the Ethernet has racked up over 19,000 followers and is as active a guy as you can get. Bonus: you won’t even need to turn on the UT game to figure out how it’s going.
Smart cities, like driverless cars and health monitoring, are emerging killer apps of the Internet of Things (IoT). https://t.co/H1l8xQgS49
— Bob Metcalfe (@BobMetcalfe) November 17, 2015
Josh Baer: This dude is super active. He’s connected to pretty much everyone in Austin and you’ll get to know the Austin startup space in just a few minutes by going through some of his past tweets.
— Joshua Baer (@JoshuaBaer) November 3, 2015
Heather J Brunner: She’s the CEO of WP Engine, a startup mentor and investor, and regularly posts interesting articles from the tech world and beyond.
— Heather J. Brunner (@heatherjbrunner) November 9, 2015
Sam Decker: The former CEO/founder of Mass Relevance regularly posts articles that are equally insightful and useful to startup founders.
— Sam Decker (@samdecker) December 2, 2015
Julie Huls: Julie is a the president and CEO of the Austin Technology Council and regularly tweets out Austin tech events and news stories (hi Julie!)
Vista Equity Partners to buy 2 California software makers https://t.co/Ha07KRJRga via MyABJ
— Julie Huls (@juliehuls) December 8, 2015
Eugene Sepulveda: The CEO of the Entrepreneurs Foundation and a director of the Capital Factory, Sepulveda is involved with the Austin Chamber of Commerce and regularly posts about startup culture.
— Eugene Sepulveda (@EugeneAustin) November 12, 2015
Hugh Forrest: The director of SXSW knows a thing or two about what’s going on in Austin. Follow him to get up-to-the-minute statuses of tech’s biggest party and Austin news.
— Hugh Forrest (@Hugh_W_Forrest) November 23, 2015
Steve Guengerich: This guy’s done it all. From writing books to being on boards, he’s a dyed in the cloth Austin startup guy. Check out his twitter to get pointers, news and info on ATX events.
— Steve Guengerich (@sguengerich) December 4, 2015
Holly Gibson: Following Holly will get you a helping of information on Women Who Code meetups with a side of professional advice for women.
— Holly Gibson (@hollyglot) June 2, 2015
Noah Kagan: He was #30 at Facebook and #4 at Mint, and while he’s not talking about tacos, he’s talking about growth-hacking.
— noah kagan (@noahkagan) November 19, 2015