A key reason for Twitter's growth has been its accessible APIs allowing other services to be developed, so it's a logical step to offer up some of its code in open-source form for others to use. Twitter's newly-minted open source site includes code in Ruby, Java and Scala — handy resources to check if you're working on a Twitter-related project. [Twitter Open Source]
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