Twitter is working to renew its relationship with developers.
Wait. We’ve heard this one before.
Back in October 2015, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey paced onstage in front of thousands of developers and said: “We want to reset our relationship and we want to make sure that we are learning, we are listening and that we are rebooting.”
One and a half years later — after a flood of departures, a potential sale to Google/Salesforce/Disney, and the decision to sell its developer toolkit Fabric — Twitter is announcing its biggest push yet to reboot its complicated relationship with developers. The company is releasing on Thursday a new, simplified way for developers to build on Twitter as well as publishing a roadmap, which will, for the first time, provide insight and transparency into what they’re building next. Read more…