Adam Green
Twitter API Consultant

Twitter IPO

Before the IPO I predicted that devs would be viewed as an asset, not just a burden. That change is happening right on schedule. Check out this NY Times article. The money quote: Twitter is counting on millions of websites to link to the service and encouraging legions of independent developers to find creative new […]


To say that the relationship between Twitter’s management and its API developer community has been rocky over the last couple of years would be an understatement, so it isn’t surprising that some developers and tech bloggers have speculated that after the Twitter IPO access to the API will be removed or severely restricted. I can […]