Friday, January 29, 2010

Chirp, the Offical Twitter Developer Conference

Offical Twitter Developer Conference, Chirp
The first ever official Twitter developer conference is going to be held between 14th and 15th April, 2010 at San Francisco. And it has a very befitting name, Chirp! The word Tweet is a noun defined as the chirp of a small or young bird. The Twitter ecosystem is still very young so naming this conference Chirp felt right.

In a blog post on the official Twitter blog, Biz Stone said that there are more than fifty thousand registered applications on the Twitter platform. These applications represent the creativity, ingenuity, and talent of a growing number of developers and companies building innovative new ways to interact with the Twitter information network.

Moreover, there are thousands of individuals who work on Twitter—over one hundred of these individuals actually work at 795 Folsom Street in San Francisco but many platform developers work in offices, coffee shops, apartments, and even friend's couches around the world.

So they want to get together with some of these developers and enthusiasts and celebrate the chutzpah that goes into so many of the apps built on the Twitter platform. Carsonified are helping us so it's going to be awesome. You can sign up for as low as $469.

For all the details and information about the event please visit Chirp, The Official Twitter Developer Conference web site.


3 Comment:

taufan @ Vintage Diamond Engagement Rings said...

wow, what a nice name of conference
I hope from that conference there will be more upgrade system for twitter
I really need extra characters :)

youtubeline said...

Twitter—over one hundred of these individuals actually work at 795 Folsom Street in San Francisco but many platform youtube developers work in offices,

Blue Glasses said...

Will it be live streamed somewhere or will there be twitter updates during the conference

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