Twitter’s Chirp Developer Conference Returns for the First Time Since 2010

The social network is also holding a Chirp Developer Challenge

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Twitter’s Chirp Developer Conference is back after a short hiatus—12 years, to be exact.

The social network held its initial Chirp event in April 2010, but the initial event turned out to be the only event, as it was canceled in 2011 and did not re-emerge until this year.

Chirp will be held Nov. 16, in San Francisco and online, and it will include a keynote, technical sessions and opportunities to connect with the Twitter developer platform team and fellow developers.

Twitter also unveiled the Chirp Developer Challenge, a contest aimed at finding the best uses of Twitter API v2 (application-programming interface) in three categories: content discovery aps, conversation safety tools and public good apps.



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