Twilio Contest Winner PagerDuty Receives Funding from Y Combinator

Congratulations to the PagerDuty! The company, which launched a year ago, was featured on TechCrunch this afternoon as they announced they’ve raised funding from popular angel startup incubator Y Combinator. Additionally, they’ve partnered with Cloudkick, are launching their API, and are officially out of beta.  Wow – that’s a beefy announcement, congratulations guys! If you’ve been following Twilio customers for awhile, you might remember they won… Read More

3 Twilio Customers Make Robert Scoble's Top 25 Startups to Watch in 2010

Robert Scoble’s list of startups to watch for 2010.  Two of the three we can talk about publicly, and the third is a secret for now (feel free to leave your guesses in the comments). Congratulations Expensify! In simplest terms, Expensify is a powerful and yet simple tool for filing expense reports.  We have been using it internally here at Twilio from early on, and love… Read More

Alex Polvi Wins Twilio Netbook Contest Week #5 – Open Source It!

Congratulations to Alex Polvi, winner of this week’s Netbook Contest in the Open Source It category! Alex built Twilio + Nagios, an open sourced tool that integrates Twilio with the popular monitoring tool Nagios, which notifies webmasters when site and web services go down. How Twilio + Nagios Works As Alex describes on Github: When nagios determines it is the time to send a notification it… Read More