I was chatting yesterday with Jeff Barr, AWS evangelist extraordinaire and all-around great guy yesterday. He had the idea of building an Amazon Web Services Status hotline, allowing AWS customers to call in and instantly get the status of S3, EC2, etc. Cool idea! AWS already maintains a status dashboard (with RSS feeds!) at: http://status.aws.amazon.com About 10 minutes later, we had a finished status hotline! Try it out,… Read More
As cloud consumers ourselves, we love status dashboards. So we’re pleased as pie to announce the launch of our own status portal for Twilio. http://status.twilio.com The status portal will be our mechanism to communicate Twilio service status to our customers. If there are problems, we’ll also use that site to message the problem, status of the fix, as well as any postmortem analysis to keep you… Read More
We love when community members share their code and knowledge with the world. In this tutorial written by Adam (from Earth911), you can learn how to quickly build an IVR for your company, directing calls to employees and departments! Adam’s blog provides excellent, clean code along with great explanations of what he’s doing, along with good design tips. We’ll be sending Twilio t-shirts out to Adam,… Read More
I have a confession to make. When we launched a few weeks ago, we printed our 877-8-TWILIO phone number on the site. And about an hour before launch, we realized we hadn’t wired that phone number up to anything! How embarrassing for a phone company, right? So we very quickly (<5 minutes) whipped up a simple voicemail application to answer that line, records a message and emails it… Read More
Hello .NET Developers, We’re proud to announce that we just released a .NET, C# helper library for Twilio. It works exactly the same as our PHP, Ruby, Python and Java libraries. You can download it, along with a usage sample, at this url: http://www.twilio.com/docs/libraries/ As always, feedback is appreciated. In particular, would you also like a VB library? Leave comments with your thoughts.
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