Twitter is only as good as the people you follow. To get the best value from Twitter, you need to follow the right people. In this article, I have compiled a handful of 15 Twitter accounts from people that I think deliver great Tweets about the JAMStack. Instantly level up your timeline on a daily basis by getting an extra hit of JAMStack love by following them! There are of course many more individuals out there worth following. If you think that I have left someone out, I welcome your suggestions in the comments below 😊
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