If you like my website, then it's more than likely you'll like these websites as well. In no particular order:
This guy is a blogging machine, posting on a variety of subjects: Azure, Microsoft certifications, personal development/goals, hardware reviews and anything that he deems relevant. Jussi is a natural born writer and the type of blogger I strive to be. He has the ability to effortlessly write about a broad number of subjects in quick succession.
Fun and aesthetically pleasing. Great technical blog presented in a creative way. There are subtle noises when certain interactions are made throughout the site giving a somewhat tactile experience. Each post contains a very cool custom-made like button - try it and see.
I keep going back mainly for the personal posts rather than the technical content, as I don't specialise in the area Tyler writes - iOS apps. It was this website that inspired me to create this page. Take a look at Tyler's own list of "Very Nice Websites".
This guy beams with positivity and has a wealth of info in Microsoft technologies as well as personal projects and musings. As a lost student fresh out of University looking for a technical field to specialise in, Scott was the one who got me interested in .NET development and Microsoft-related technology. This website I'll truly hold dear.
If the success of a blogger can be quantified by how they have influenced you, then this would be the one that heavily influenced me. Through his posts, I re-thought the tech-stack of my website, photo storage workflow using Synology and photography inspiration.
One thing you'll notice about Paul's content is that he doesn't publish posts on a regular basis. But when a post is published, it's something to take notice as the subject matter is written in such great detail - quality over quantity.