Female Hackers Represent Well At First espnW Hackathon

About a week ago, ESPN held their first public hackathon, and over 100 female developers and designers packed the Stanford design school to attend. HackespnW brought together female hackers and college athletes to create apps combining sports and tech. Organized by espnW, the event brought together leading API platforms to offer their resources to coders. The Winners A trio of female CMU grad students took home… Read More

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: Do It In the Cloud

We’re calling on all DOers to join us for the second annual TwilioCon Hackathon. Stay up late with us on Wednesday, October 17th and do what you do best: build awesome stuff. We’ll bring the Red Bull, power strips, and food. You bring the code. Last year over 200 developers packed the Bently Reserve for a night of friendly geek revelry. This year, we’re at it… Read More

#TCDisrupt: Tacos, Top Code and Twilio-Powered Hacks

At the TechCrunch Disrupt SF Hackathon, hundreds of hackers and over 35 API sponsors poured into the concourse exhibition warehouse to build the next big thing. Hackers from all over the world came out to talk shop, devour pizza, and inaugurate the future. With respect and prizes up for grabs, there was good reason to choose coding over sleeping. Let’s take a quick look at the… Read More

Redefine Work With Box and Twilio at the Box Hackathon in August

If you’ve ever been a part of an internal hackweek, you understand the potential impact of engineers taking a break from their normal duties and concentrating on improving a process or tool that is outdated and inefficient. Coming off of our own internal #tweakweek, we’re especially excited to recreate some of that magic by supporting Box in their efforts to inspire developers to create the next great… Read More

Beyond the Sandbox With Twilio and Syracuse University

We are continuously impressed with the innovative programs and entrepreneurial young minds breaking out of universities. From weekend hackathons for good to fresh companies launched on a bus, this new breed of battle-tested students are a group to watch in the startup world. That’s why we are proud to announce a partnership with the Syracuse University Student Sandbox Incubator and Syracuse IDEA program. Founded in 2009, the Student… Read More

Build Your Startup at AngelHack 2.0 this Weekend

One year ago Greg Gopman moved to San Francisco by way of Miami with a new concept for hackathons where angel investors and accelerator programs were directly involved. AngelHack was born and launched with a bang. This weekend kicks off the Spring 2012 AngelHack 2.0 in both Boston and San Francisco, and we’re stoked to join the teams in both cities. Registration is currently full, but you can… Read More