Tag Archives: Python

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Building A Multi Channel Support Desk with TaskRouter

We live in a time where there are more ways than ever for businesses and their customers to connect. As developers, we have the opportunity…Full Article

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Calculating Net Promoter Score with Python and SMS

On the Twilio Developer Evangelism team we’re constantly seeking quantitative feedback to improve how we work. In 2014, I began collecting feedback via SMS to…Full Article

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12 Hacks of Christmas – Day 5: The SMS Garage Door Butler

Deck the halls with Raspberry Pi’s, fa la la la la la LEDs! Today’s hack is another brilliant hardware hack that solves one of the…Full Article

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12 Hacks of Christmas – Day 1: The Texting Tree

Hello Twilio friends! In honor of that age-old tradition of giving gifts on the holidays we here at Twilio wanted to share with you some…Full Article

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Choose Your Own Adventure Presentations with Reveal.js, Python and WebSockets

You’re preparing a technical talk on your new favorite open source project to present to your local software meetup group. ————— How do you proceed?…Full Article

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Adding MMS Support To The Twilio.org Rapid Response Kit

Communication is a huge part of our lives and it is never more important than during times of need. When something bad happens or you…Full Article

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How To Build Your Own MMS Enabled Motion Activated Security Camera With Linux, Python and S3

Holy biscuits was last week a barrel of monkeys.  All of us at Twilio have had a beastly boatload of fun seeing the stuff you’ve…Full Article

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How To Build A Mustached Message Service With Twilio MMS And Python

All of us at Twilio are over the moon by the possibilities now unlocked by the availability of MMS on US phone numbers.  We know…Full Article

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Creating a Click to Call Service with Twilio Client, Pusher and Python

Let’s be honest: traditional call centers have a terrible user experience. You see something interesting on a website that you want more information about. Email…Full Article