Nice to see so many awesome introductions :)

I've been adding you and your applications to some Twitter lists so if I
missed anything let me know.

https://twitter.com/abraham/twitter-api-developers
https://twitter.com/abraham/twitter-applications

@abraham

On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 17:08, Marco Kaiser <kaiser.ma...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm Marco Kaiser (@marco), started playing with the API in Summer 2007 and
> developed AIR-based twhirl back then. It was acquired by Seesmic almost two
> years ago now, and I joined the company, too. Did a couple more Twitter
> desktop apps since then... :) I am based in Germany, and I also act as a
> moderator on this list.
>
> I'll be at Chirp.
>
> Cheers,
> Marco
>
>
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 10:17 PM, Scott Wilcox <sc...@tig.gr> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm Scott Wilcox (@dordotky). I'm a freelance developer and currently run
>> and maintain the http://tweekly.fm and http://laststat.us services. I
>> developer mostly in PHP over the majority of my projects but plan to switch
>> to either Ruby or Python this year. I'm also an iPhone developer and plan to
>> release a few apps this year.
>>
>> I use both the REST API and Streaming API regularly and agree with the
>> comments on standardising the errors across the platform (the user_timeline
>> as mention by Marc is a particular pet hate).
>>
>> I've also been doing some research in to awareless of embedded EXIF data
>> in images that are posted to Twitter via services such as twitpic.com.
>> I'll be publishing these finds towards the end of the month.
>>
>> I sadly won't be attending Chirp due to it being too far to travel from
>> England and not enough funds to do so :( Hopefully one of you will create a
>> webcast for me to watch!
>>
>> Scott.
>
>
>


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