If you want to learn then you have to read and I read blogs (among other things). But how do you find the good things to read? It takes a while to find the good blogs, so here is a little list.
Most of these guys do C# programming so I have to translate to adapt it to my situation but I don’t mind.
Lets start with Ayende Rahien he is the maker of much useful software like Rhino mocks and some other things starting with Rhino. He posts a lot, usually more than once a day.
Then I also follow Jeff Atwood he usually posts multiple times a day, not only about software development, but also about hardware and other stuff.
I also follow Scott Hanselman, his podcasts are really good and his babysmash program is an interesting way to learn WPF (and no, I never thought he was smashing babies ;-), well, perhaps a few seconds).
Some bloggers have come together and make it easier to follow several people. One of them is devlicio.us. This blog is mostly .net and usually on a daily basis.
Then we have LosTechies.com It’s about the same principle as Devlicio.us.
A third “collection” of blogs can be found at CodeBetter.com.
Some honorable mentions (blogs I have found in the last few weeks): Yet another language geek, someone who works on the C# compiler team; Leaning into windows, another VB user; I am not myself, another person who is finding his way through the Alt.Net stack.
If you have some more. Please add them to the comments.