Congratulations to Jonathan Kressaty and Chad Smith, OpenVBX Contest Winners!

Over the past few weeks we’ve run a couple contests focusing on OpenVBX, our new open-source platform for building voice applications. We picked the winner for the first contest and left it up to you, the OpenVBX and Twilio community, to select the second winner. But enough chit chat, let’s get to the winners! OpenVBX Plugin Contest Winner Jonathan Kressaty – Applet Scheduling Plugin Mr. Kressaty’s… Read More

Developer Contest: Use Twilio to Help the Environment – Ends July 18th 11:59pm PST

This week for our developer contest we're challenging you to use Twilio voice and/or SMS to improve the environment.  You could win a Netbook and $100 in developer credit from Twilio if you come up with the most unique, powerful, creative submission.  How you can you use Twilio to help people or companies be more green? Bonus points for putting together helpful materials (screencasts, blog posts,… Read More

2010 Mozilla Summit Recap: July 7 – 9, Whistler, Canada

The Mozilla Summit far surpassed my expectations. The event was personal, technical, creative and inspiring all at once. The Mozilla Summit is an invitation-only gathering of some of the most active contributors in the Mozilla community. This year’s theme was “Be More Like the Web”. I was lucky enough to be among those who were invited, due to my involvement with the Drumbeat project. There were… Read More

Vote for your favorite OpenVBX Community Contribution

The nominations are in! It’s time to vote for your favorite OpenVBX Community Contribution. The entry with the most votes will win a netbook and $100 in Twilio credit. Voting ends Sunday, July 11th at 11:59pm PST. And the nominees are… Poll Plugin by Chad Smith Notifo Plugin by Andrew Watson Directory Plugin by Tim Lytle Applet Scheduling Plugin by Jonathan Kressaty Click to Flow Plugin… Read More Launches Twilio-Powered Blog by Phone Feature

In a blog post this morning Matt Mullenweg, creator of WordPress, shared the latest feature for users who have hosted blogs with the service: the ability to phone your blog. Update: This feature has picked up some press today, which is pretty cool.  Check out the news stories covering this feature:   Mashable: WordPress Now Lets You Phone In Your Blog Posts Mobile Beat: WordPress… Read More