Along with blogs, Webinars/conferences, Twitter has become very quickly part of my technical-watch toolbox. It took me a bit of time at first to clearly understand how I could take advantage of Twitter (like most people I would say) but I’m glad I dig a bit more as I find it very useful today. Assuming you’ve got the right tool (I use Seesmic but switch regularly on Tweetdeck) and the right focus in the people you follow, it not only brings a large amount of good knowledge but also allow you to connect with great people. I was thinking for a while to share with you some of my favorite people I follow but it always fell in the bottom of my stack. A new service (lunch.com) has opened yesterday which allow you to easily create list of followers and share it with others. I like the fact that you can update it as needed. I’ve tried the service to create my first list of my favorites people to follow if you’re into software testing. The list can be found here. I’ll update it from time to time.