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Posts from Developer: Twitter data

Audiense offers audience insights and personalized customer interactions with Gnip and the Twitter Ads API

Audiense has continued to integrate features of the Twitter platform — including Gnip and the Ads APIs — to help build their business. Learn how they help companies turn insights into action.

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Affinio uses Gnip with their Ads API to improve ad targeting

Learn how Affinio uses Gnip in conjunction with their Ads API integration to improve performance of their Ad targeting products.

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Developing with Gnip’s Full-Archive Search API for Twitter

Get started with our sample code using Django and C3 to view Tweet volume and find related terms, as well as inspiration for your own integration.

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A look back at #twitterflight 2015

Catch the best moments from Twitter Flight now online at twitterflight.com.

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Welcome to Flight 2015

Catch up on all of the announcements from Flight 2015.

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What’s in store for you at Twitter Flight 2015

There are three big themes at the Flight breakout sessions; here are the topics you’ll want to check out.

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Hard decisions for a sustainable platform

Like all engineering organizations, we make technical tradeoffs in supporting platform features.

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Guest post: Tweet visualization using Tableau, Twitter & Google BigQuery

Today’s guest post comes from our friends at Tableau Jeff Feng, Product Manager, and Ellie Fields, Vice President of Product Marketing. Tableau is a leader in interactive data visualization software, and they will share how Tableau customers use Twitter data to power business decisions in product, support and marketing divisions for their enterprise organizations.

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Join us at Twitter Flight 2015

We hope to see you at this year’s developer conference.

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Teaming up with IBM For Smarter Cities

Bringing the power of Twitter data to urban challenges.

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