Shipping a Conference – CascadiaJS

Join the conversation on Hacker News! Back in July, someone named Troy Howard sent me a tweet. I didn’t know him personally, but I knew he was involved in the JavaScript community in Portland: @thoward37 had a quick question (@mikeal pointed me your way), could you shoot me an email at — Carter M Rabasa (@CarterRabasa) July 16, 2012 I wanted to talk to Troy… Read More

Meet these Twilio-powered Companies in the TwilioCon Community Hall

We’re excited to introduce several great companies with Twilio-powered solutions who will be joining us in the Community Hall at TwilioCon 2012. The Community Hall will be open during conference hours on October 17th and 18th. It’s not too late to register for TwilioCon and learn about their solutions in person next week. Here’s a sneak peak at the who you’ll find in the Community Hall: Call Tracking… 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

Announcing the 1st Twilio Conference – Sept. 21st & 22nd

Ready to hang out with the makers, doers, movers, and shakers in the Twilio community? Join us September 21st and 22nd, 2011 at the Bently Reserve here in San Francisco for the first ever Twilio Conference.  The event features deep technical talks, demos from Twilio-powered companies, on-stage finalist presentations and judging for the next batch of Twilio Fund recipients, updates on Twilio products and roadmap, and… Read More

How the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Uses Twilio to Coordinate Over 2,000 Athletes

Earl Nall is the technology directory of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA). Every year, they hold the high school state championships. This event brings people from all over the state of Tennessee into the city of Murfreesboro for four days. In order to keep everyone coordinated and up to date with the latest information, Earl used Cold Fusion, PHP, MySQL, and Twilio to develop… Read More

Get Your Code On at API Hackday Chicago on May 28th

There’s nothing like a hackathon. You get to meet fellow coders, learn new things, and at the end of the day, bring something brand new into the world. The first API Hackday was held last October in San Francisco at Twilio HQ and we’re happy to announce that it’s being held again, but this time in Chicago. Come spend the day with awesome API companies like… Read More

Join Twilio in Atlanta this Weekend for LessConf 2011

This Friday and Saturday we’ll be attending LessConf 2011 in Atlanta, GA. If you’re unfamiliar with the event, LessConf is a different kind of conference. There’s one speaker track, on-site (and really tasty) meals, outlets for every attendee and much more. Joining me at LessConf will be Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson who will be speaking Friday morning. Jeff’s talk is entitled “Pricing, self-service, APIs, and other… Read More

Coast To Coast: Hanging Out at CodeConf & HackNY This Weekend

A Weekend of Code at Github’s CodeConf – Rahim Sonawalla @rahims This weekend Github threw its first conference, CodeConf. The theme was social coding, and 300 developers came from all over the nation to meet and talk about everything from CSS optimization to the the debate over whether code is literature. The speakers were varied in their field of expertise, but all of them were united… Read More