TwilioCon 2012: Early Bird Tickets and Call for Speakers Open

The second annual TwilioCon 2012 is coming this October, bringing together over 1,000 members of the Twilio community to unlock the big black box of telephony. Join software developers, entrepreneurs, system integrators, independent software vendors and more to talk about building next-generation communication solutions powered by Twilio. Early bird tickets are on sale so jump over to Eventbrite and register now. Call For Speakers We’re looking… Read More

Thursday in SF: Building Mobile Apps in the Cloud with HTML5 and Ruby on Rails

This Thursday we’re getting together with Engine Yard and Amazon Web Services to explore how to build and deploy mobile apps in the cloud with HTML5 and Ruby on Rails. Join us from 6pm to 9pm in Engine Yard’s Headquarters in San Francisco on April 12th, register now here. Carter Rabasa of Twilio and Chris Tosswell of Engine Yard will lead us through a discussion of… Read More

JSConf 2012: Bull Rides & Bacon in Scottsdale

Every year around January it starts.  A tweet gets sent, a rough landing page is set-up and the drum beat to JSConf begins.  JSConf is special: it is curated with love by Chris and Laura Williams, it welcomes families and significant others and it keeps itself small in order to provide an intimate environment for everyone to get to know one another and build durable connections…. Read More

TEDxUCLA: Michael Newman Plays with Arduino, Nerf & Twilio

Michael Newman, VP of Technology at Pomp Productions, was invited to participate at the TEDxUCLA 2011 event to talk about “Making things”. Following a trip to Maker Faire and taking inspiration from mind controlled Nerf guns, Michael built a special project using Arduino, a Nerf Gun and Twilio. What resulted was something extraordinarily brilliant, appropriately titled “Sketches of a Tangent Gone Awry.” Check out the video… Read More

DrupalCon Hits Denver for a Module-Fueled Good Time

Last week Drupal enthusiasts from around the world came together in Denver for DrupalCon. My second time around with this event, I always enjoy the “Birds of a Feature” or BoF sessions that allow for a variety of topics from core development to theming to DrupalChix.  The conference overall is a valuable experience with the Drupal community, below is just a sample of the awesome events from the… Read More

Developer Contest: April Showers Bring May Hacks with Wunderground and Twilio

Spring has sprung but for many of us, especially in San Francisco, this means rain. Crazy weather and lots of rain. Luckily there are all sorts of new tools and fun hacks to keep tabs on the weather and make predictions through patterns. Our friends at Weather Underground have a super API with an incredible range of global weather data. This developer contest is for those who love data and… Read More

Developer Contest: April Showers Bring May Hacks with Wunderground and Twilio

Spring has sprung but for many of us, especially in San Francisco, this means rain. Crazy weather and lots of rain. Luckily there are all sorts of new tools and fun hacks to keep tabs on the weather and make predictions through patterns. Our friends at Weather Underground have a super API with an incredible range of global weather data. This developer contest is for those… Read More