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Jack Dorsey apologize for developers
The Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter to provide Aatdhirah openly to all developers during his ascension to the stage during the annual conference for developers in late October.
The site has a large Twitter record of bad relations with developers as it is known that the company is changing the rules unexpectedly, continuous and is intended eventually to restrict developers and handcuffed and suspended for their applications that have been built and rely on Twitter.
And surprised Jack Dorsey everyone doing such a thing, where he fractured rock located between developers and Twitter, and he apologized to them for the company’s policy in the past period, which was tough with a lot of them, and said he wanted to start a new page between Twitter and developers.
And tries site currently straining the implementation of this promise during the conference, where it was the demand of developers do send suggestions about the products and applications related to Jack Dorsey Twitter-using Hachtaj helloworld #.
The company says it now will be to allocate a weekly half-hour in order to take questions directly across Berscob Periscope starting next Tuesday.
This is a good point in favor of Twitter so that the company become more responsive and communicate with partners and developers check what looked to him to give developers Dorsey, a sense that the company has already listen to them and their views.
And it needs this kind of relationship between the company and developers to the passage of time is to build trust, but it seems that Twitter, led by Jack Dorsey works to be a clear relationship between the parties is clear and solid and transparent.
The company has published a list of the most popular requests sent by the developers and the most important proposal is the application developers do Twitter to clarify the development and political approach to development and development agreements, Twitter and said he was working on it and will be conducted as soon as possible.Viewing:-148
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