Startups from Five Developer Communities Featured in the TwilioCon Community Hall

At TwilioCon 2012, eighteen startups from five developer communities will be joining us in the Community Hall to demo their products. We’re excited for you to get to know these great companies and see what they are building. The Community Hall will be open throughout the conference on October 17th and 18th. It’s not too late to register for TwilioCon and meet these awesome startups in… Read More

TwilioCon 2012 Hackathon: Updated Schedule, Hacker League, Judges and Prizes

With TwilioCon quickly approaching, we can hardly contain our excitement for the crazy-awesome hacks and apps you will build at the TwilioCon Hackathon. We’ve given you an overview of the Hackathon and the services that, thanks to our sponsors, will be available for you to integrate with newly released and existing Twilio products. Below you’ll find the nitty-gritty: where to sign up, the schedule, the prizes,… Read More

Two-Factor Authentication ASP.NET MVC 4 Registration with Twilio SMS

This is a guest post by Long Le, a .NET Enterprise Architect and Solutions Architect at Computer Sciences Corporation. Originally posted on Long’s personal blog found here, Long is an avid blogger and a serious Modern Warfare 3 Gamer. Make sure to follow his code and gaming conversations on Twitter @LeLong37. Some sites such as live.com, gmail.com will require a multi-step registration and/or forgot password workflows… Read More

What Are Bag Phones and What Is The Future of Communications? TwilioCon Speakers Weigh In (Part 2)

This year’s TwilioCon focuses on building the future of communications. We’re bringing together the developers and DOers who are busy creating this future to discuss what communications will look like down the road. To help map this out, we asked our  TwilioCon speakers “What is the future of communications?” In one speaker’s ideal hack friendly future, developers will have access to open source satellites. In another… Read More

Code For America Detroit Fellows Launch A Better Way to Ride the Bus

We’re big fans of Code For America here, fellows in cities across America are focused on improving their host cities through technology. Specifically, coding solutions that help governments engage with their citizens, and help citizens get the most out of their city. Make sure not to miss the TwilioCon panel featuring Code For America Fellows from Austin, Philadelphia and Detroit: Digital Democracy – Engaging Citizens One… Read More

What is the Future of Communications? TwilioCon Speakers Weigh In

Smoke Signals, SMS, and Sketchy Marketing Tactics This year’s TwilioCon focuses on building the future of communications. We’re bringing together the developers and DOers who are busy creating this future to discuss what communications will look like down the road. To help map this out, we asked our  TwilioCon speakers, “What is the future of communications?” Their answers ranged from smoke signals, to SMS and online… Read More

Get Started with Twilio Voice: Record Caller’s Voice Screencast

In the fourth installment of Twilio’s Voice Quickstart Series, we introduce you to the <Record> verb. This walkthrough shows you how to set up an interactive IVR so your caller can be connected to another number, as demonstrated in the previous screencast, or record a message that will be played back to them. When your caller records a message it will be hosted in a php doc and… Read More

Take The Hassle Out Of Scheduling with Ready Set Work and Twilio SMS

If you’ve ever worked in a bar or a restaurant,  you know that the one constant is change. Menus, specials, and schedules are always subject to change with or without notice. Whether you’re a bar back or a business owner, it’s difficult to get in touch with staff to cover a shift, especially when you’re working with a paper schedule. Ready Set Work is hoping to… Read More