Personal Branding for Software Developers

Welcome to personal branding for software developers! In this series of articles I am going to talk about how to develop a personal brand using social networking tools that is tailored towards software developers.

Over the next 12 days I am going to publish articles on the following topics:

Day #1: Personal branding thru social networking for software developers
Day #2: Developing your personal brand
Day #3: Creating a developer’s blog
Day #4: Using Twitter to promote your blog and your personal brand
Day #5: LinkedIn as your new digital resume
Day #6: Facebook – for personal or professional contacts?
Day #7: Using Google+ as a placeholder service
Day #8: Getting the most from your page
Day #9: The many benefits of speaking at conferences
Day #10: Expanding your personal network
Day #11: Establish a uniform look for all your social media profiles
Day #12: Publicizing yourself on the web

I hope to publish one a day to this blog. Please follow along as I chart the creation of a personal brand.

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About Ken Cenerelli
I am a technical writer/programmer writer/content developer, .NET developer, Microsoft MVP, public speaker, blogger, and Microsoft Azure nerd. I blog about technology at and am on Twitter via @KenCenerelli.

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