CEO Jack Dorsey used Twitter’s annual developer conference to ‘reboot’ the company’s credentials, saying he would make sure its plans were transparent
A confident, assured Jack Dorsey took the stage of Twitter’s annual developer conference in San Francisco and began his new reign with an apology. Two weeks into his reappointment as CEO, Dorsey used the opportunity to try to “reboot” relations with tech community.
“I come to you today to apologise for our confusion,” he said, in his first big speech since his appointment last month. “Somewhere along the line our relationship with developers got complicated, confusing and unpredictable,” he told the Flight event at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Auditorium. “That culminated in what [entrepreneur and writer] Anil Dash named ‘the matrix of doom’ … We want to reset our relationship and make sure that we are learning, listening and that we are rebooting.”