Thanks to Beenverified, Twilio Conference Sponsor

BeenVerified provides affordable, easy to access public records and people search information through a website and a mobile phone application for both iPhone and Android platforms.  BeenVerified’s mission is to make public records easy, affordable, and accurate for everyone.  The goal is to provide instant access to the information necessary to make smart decisions about the people and businesses that one may interact with online or offline. BeenVerified Features… Read More

Thanks to Allstate Banners, Twilio Conference Sponsor

Allstate Banners is not your average vinyl banner shop.  They have the basics down – they make great banners quickly, at low prices, and they offer wholesale pricing for large volume orders.  What makes Allstate Banners extraordinary, though, is their impecable customer service!  To start, they have an outrageously user-friendly website that makes the process of ordering banners efficient and enjoyable.  On their website, Allstate Banners even… Read More

Thanks to Sonus Networks, Twilio Conference Sponsor

Sonus Networks is a technology and telecommunications equipment provider specializing in voice infrastructure solutions for wireless and wireline service providers. The company offers a broad range of telecommunications products, services, and solutions, including robust and scalable TDM-to-IP and IP-to-IP solutions. From policy-based IP network infrastructure to subscriber services solutions, Sonus’ technology can deliver any media to any device across both fixed and wireless networks. Sonus provides… Read More

Thanks to Apigee, Twilio Conference Sponsor

You may have heard of Apigee for the first time when they launched a version of their API Console for the Twilio REST API, or you may be hearing about them now for the first time. Either way, in our opinion, it’s really about time you heard of them. We promise it’s not just because they’ve generously offered to be one of the sponsors of TwilioCon…Okay… Read More

Thanks to Salesforce, Twilio Conference Gold Sponsor

How could we possibly have a conference without our good friends over at Salesforce (the hosts of the cloud computing conference of the year)? Actually we couldn’t! As you may already know, Twilio and Salesforce go to together like Ruby and Redbull; as a trusted leader in cloud computing, with super easy integration with existing tools, programming languages, and databases, and no long term contracts or commitments,… Read More

Thanks to Stackmob, Twilio Conference Sponsor

It seems only natural that Stackmob would be part of The Twilio Conference, given our past involvement with them at developer conferences, and we’re excited to have them!  Stackmob and Twilio both sponsored the Dreamforce 2011 Hackathon.   In fact, the Second Place Winner, Yosun Chang, used both StackMob and Twilio in her 3D location based services app, SocialVoxels. So what is Stackmob? Stackmob is a… Read More

Introducing Stevie Graham, Twilio’s First UK Developer Evangelist

Hello there, allow me to introduce myself. I’m Stevie, Twilio’s man on the ground in the UK. I’m based in London but you’ll find me doing the rounds in the rest of the UK and Europe, too. I’ve been around the ol’ block a few times doing mainly Ruby and JavaScript contract work, and now I’m looking forward to helping developers from all communities ruffle a… Read More

Airbnb builds Voice Connect Click to Call app on Twilio

Airbnb, the red-hot startup which enables people to turn their apartments or bedrooms into ad hoc hotels and rent them out to strangers, needed a simple way to let hosts communicate with would-be guests without revealing either party’s contact info. Written messages worked fine for some hosts, but for many, it wasn’t enough: these hosts wanted to talk on the phone with potential guests before letting… Read More

Introducing Rob Spectre, An Evangelist With A Story To Tell

I’m Rob and I live in Brooklyn, New York.  I just joined as a Developer Evangelist at Twilio, and I’d like to tell you a story. We were fast approaching midnight and the students at the hackathon were settling into a rhythm.  The din of brainstorming and flow diagramming relaxed into the quiet intensity of heads down coding.  No longer a frantic stock exchange trading floor… Read More