Twitter is canceling its developer-focused Chirp conference amid management transition, the company said late Thursday. The conference was scheduled to take place in San Francisco on November 16.
After Elon Musk took over the company last month, there have been several executive exits and directional changes in the company’s product strategy. So it is not surprising that social network is abandoning its plan for the conference’s return after more than a decade of hiatus.
In a tweet, Twitter’s official account for developer-related announcements said that the company is “hard at work to make Twitter better for everyone, including developers” and it might soon share some news about the topic.
We’re currently hard at work to make Twitter better for everyone, including developers! We’ve decided to cancel the #Chirp developer conference while we build some things that we’re excited to share with you soon.
— Twitter Dev (@TwitterDev) November 2, 2022
The company’s head of developer