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Results from Developer for: April 2012

Developer Teatime in Paris

We’ve been lucky enough to travel to a number of cities these past several months and meet so many great Twitter developers building on the platform. So we’re now looking forward to landing in Paris soon, where we’ll be hosting yet another Developer Teatime.

This event will take place on June 16th, and will run from 3pm to 6pm. We’ll be covering a number of different topics, including the latest platform developments, an overview of our API product suite, and an in-depth technical session. We’ll also be holding a Q&A for developers at the end of the event.

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New case studies on dev.twitter.com

Some of the best things about the Twitter platform are the excellent implementations of the products and API by ecosystem partners. Today, we are launching eight cases studies that highlight the impact that Twitter can provide a website or mobile app when used properly.

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Twitter is updating its SSL certificates for api.twitter.com

The SSL Certificate for api.twitter.com is currently signed against the Verisign G2 Root CA certificate. Verisign (recently acquired by Symantec) is no longer issuing new certificates against the G2 root (it expires in 2019.) They are only currently issuing certificates against the Verisign G3 and G5 roots (for EV certificates).

As the certificate for api.twitter.com is due to expire soon, we will be upgrading our servers with a new SSL Certificate that will be signed against the Verisign G3 root.

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Launching Frequently Asked Questions

Discussions on dev.twitter.com are a key place for our developer community to work together and chat about the Twitter Platform and products. Today, we’re introducing new features to surface the most Frequently Asked Questions, providing instant and easy access to the information that matters most to you.

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