Many of the posts here on the Twilio blog provide just-in-time learning to help you accomplish a specific software development task, like integrating Twilio Verify into ASP.NET Core Identity. These posts give you the information to get a task done quickly.
We also publish other posts that, taken collectively, help you make architectural decisions and build whole systems of software, not just individual modules. These related posts can rightfully be considered “long reads”. You’ll want to set aside time to get the most out of reading the posts and building their case study projects.
We’re introducing Deep Dive posts to make it easier for you to access these professional development resources. Sometimes a Deep Dive will be a series of posts by a single author. On other occasions we’ll curate a list of posts from a variety of internal and external sources. On every occasion they’ll provide an extensive education on a specific subject.
Here’s an introduction to each post, from first to last:
We think this series is particularly important because it introduces security into the design of interservice communication and includes a two-factor authentication system that doesn’t rely on SMS: Authy provides 2FA with push authentications and soft tokens. Putting your application’s services on the web exposes them to threats. Scalability and strong security can help you mitigate them.