Twitter’s New CEO Wants to ‘Reset’ Relationship with Developers

Twitter’s New CEO Wants to ‘Reset’ Relationship with Developers

Twitter along with making changes internally is also focusing on repairing relations with the developers once again. Twitter's new CEO, Jack Dorsey started the addressing the audience in the company's Flight developer conference with an apology to the developers. After taking up the new post, it's one of its first public appearances. He acknowledging Twitter's `complicated' past with the developers and started his Wednesday's keynote at the event with an explanation pledging not repeat the missteps that the company has done in the past.

Dorsey said, "Somewhere along the line, our relationship with developers got a little bit complicated, a little bit confusing, a little bit unpredictable. We want to come to you today first and foremost to apologize for our confusion."

He said that Twitter wants to reset its relationship to make sure that the company is learning, listening and rebooting.

Along with adding transparency, Twitter is expecting that a refurbished developer platform will be helpful in improving its ties with the app makers, which is significant for its Fabric. Twitter plans to expand its Fabric, combined with a range of new tools as well as partner services for its developers.

The company recently announced eight new services Stripe, Amazon Web Services, Optimizely, Nuance, Appsee, GameAnalytics, Mapbox and PubNub, which will be available through Fabric.

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