An Interview With Alex Roetter, Twitter’s Head Of Engineering

An Interview With Alex Roetter, Twitter’s Head Of Engineering

By Matthew Lynley Just a year ago, Alex Roetter took over Twitter’s engineering activities in an executive shuffle. And a year later, Twitter’s now in the middle of finding a new CEO.
But that hasn’t stopped the company from continuing to following the strategy former CEO Dick Costolo and Roetter put in place to continue building out the company’s engineering team and launch new products. Read More

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