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Twitter Acquires Scalable Computing Startup Ubalo

Twitter announced yesterday afternoon that it has acquired a little-known scalable computing startup called Ubalo.

Founded in 2011, Palo Alto-based Ubalo simplifies large-scale computing, enabling its users to write just the code they need for analysis or processing without worrying about the complexities of integration and scaling.

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Twitter Developers: You’ve Got Until March To Comply With The New API Guidelines

As promised, Twitter has officially released their new API guidelines, and is telling developers they have until March to comply – or get cut off.
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Will Twitter’s New Stricter Rules For Developers Hurt Your Favorite Twitter App?

In an expected move, Twitter has announced new rules for its developer community that will make it difficult for some of the larger third-party Twitter clients to continue to tap into the Twitter API.
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Twitter Shows Some Love To Developers, Creates FAQ

Twitter owes a big part of its growth to its developer community. Without third-party tools like Twitter-acquired TweetDeck and Tweetie for Mac or independent products like HootSuite and Bit.ly, Twitter would be much more bare-bones than it is today.

So it makes sense that Twitter would want to offer an olive branch to its developer community, partially to make up for a past that hasn’t always been so amicable.
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New Twitter Distribution Plan Will See Verified Accounts Paired With Third-Party Services

That little blue check mark beside Lady Gaga, Sony, and McDonald’s Twitter names now means more than just proof of identity for the big names on the network.

Twitter has announced a distribution program to sync tweets from Verified Accounts to certain third-party apps, so you can see the tweets from your favorite celebs all around the web.
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Jack Dorsey To Twitter Developers: “We want to hear from you”

Jack Dorsey is asking Twitter developers for their “candid feedback” on the tools and materials they need to help with their products. He reached out on the Twitter developers’ blog, in order to take stock of what’s happening in the developer community before the deep integration of Twitter into iOS 5.
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Twitter Gives Developers Access To Its Image Uploader API

Less than a week after it rolled out its official image sharing service to all users, Twitter has opened up its media uploader API to developers. And many are speculating that this is the biggest nail in the coffin of current Twitter image uploader services Twitpic and Yfrog yet.

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Twitter Launches New Developer Website

In an effort to stem the criticism that they have been too harsh with their developer community, Twitter has announced the newly launched Twitter Developer Site to cater to the more than 750,000 developers building on the backbone of their platform.
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Unofficial Twitter Developer Summit Canceled Due To “Unexpected Scheduling Conflicts”

Poor, poor Twitter developers. They have consistently had a pretty inconsistent relationship with Twitter, and since the company canceled the Chirp developer conference they held last year, developers haven’t even had a place to gather and talk about their woes. Now, even the unofficial Twitter developer conference, Engage Digital Media’s TDev Summit, has been canceled.
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Unofficial Twitter Developer Summit To Go Ahead With Or Without Twitter’s Consent

In response to Twitter canceling the Chirp developer conference held last year, a group of Twitter app developers have come together to put on one of their own.
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