Twitter has acquired developer collaboration platform TenXer

Twitter has snapped up TenXer, a collaboration platform for developers and engineers. The deal was first reported by VentureBeat, based on an email sent to the startup’s customers by its co-founder and CEO Jeff Ma. He’s since confirmed the news to TechCrunch. The purchase price is rumored to be less than $50 million, but neither side has revealed the specifics. Ma says TenXer will now be shuttered, with its work and team being integrated into Twitter. TenXer describes itself as a tool that “helps engineering leads be better managers” using “the data engineers produce every day (via GitHub, Pivotal, JIRA,…

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