Twitter to host developer's conference in San Francisco

A date for the 2010 conference, called 'Chirp,' has not been announced

Twitter announced the organization of its first official developers conference, Chirp, in San Francisco.

Ryan Sarver, Twitter director of platform, said Wednesday morning during the Le Web 09 conference in Paris that Twitter will hold its first official developer's conference in 2010.

Named "Chirp," the conference intends to gather developers responsible for creating the more than 50,000 applications already registered by Twitter since 2007.

According to a posting at The Next Web blog, Sarver said that most Twitter users access the service via third-party sites.

The Chirp site does not go provide a specific date or agenda for the conference, but includes a form for gathering e-mail addresses of interested participants.

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