TwilioCon is the conference for software people – the developers, decision makers and entrepreneurs who are building the future of communication technologies.
We’re excited to announce five innovative speakers from various industries who will be speaking at TwilioCon. Stay tuned to the blog for more speaker announcements and news.
Join us at this year’s TwilioCon, September 17th through 19th in San Francisco to learn what the Twilio community is building, the innovative technologies behind it, and the trends driving the next generation of communication. Don’t miss the Early Bird ticket sale ending August 1st!
Meet The Speakers
Adam Varga is a lead engineer at Datalot working on IVR and call centers. When he is not coding, he is hiking the Appalachian Trail, exploring Brooklyn, and talking gibberish to his 1 year old. In the past, Adam has taught the NYC subway history to kids, made art for planetariums, and set up award shows.
Benjamin Tomlinson is Creative Director at Poke. He has made people flap like chickens, once snuck a knife wielding robot into the Houses of Parliament, created a talking Time Table, made logos from biometrics, transformed taxi drivers into artists, let it snow with a call, changed lights in a room based on social sentiment, drew the average face, and made a £2 typewriter tweet in the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Joe McCorkle is the Director IT at RealPage, Inc. and has over 20 years of global Voice/UC solutions experience. He designed over 50 contact centers which had over 10 million minutes of traffic a month and call flows which had more than 200,000 numbers in the last 15 years.
Shane Vaughn is CMO at Balihoo, helping businesses automate their marketing campaigns effectively. He manages everything from branding to lead generation at Balihoo. You can find him speaking at different industry events – and TwilioCon!
Teresa Tung is Senior Manager within the Software Architecture Group at Accenture Technology Labs. Her team is responsible for finding the best next-generation software solutions and evaluating their impact on Accenture’s clients with prototypes and pilot engagements. Recently Teresa is involved with kick-starting Accenture’s API management capability.
Grab your tickets to this year’s TwilioCon here!