New Developer Contest: Power Up Conferencing with Twilio

It’s easy to create simple conference calls using Twilio’s <Conference> verb. For this week’s developer contest, we’d like to see how you could take conferencing to the next level. For example, Bridg.me used Twilio to create “impossibly simple conference calling”—just add a meeting in your Google Calendar and all the participants get called automatically when it’s time for the conference, no need to remember conference PIN… Read More

New Developer Contest: Power Up Conferencing with Twilio

It’s easy to create simple conference calls using Twilio’s <Conference> verb. For this week’s developer contest, we’d like to see how you could take conferencing to the next level. For example, Bridg.me used Twilio to create “impossibly simple conference calling”—just add a meeting in your Google Calendar and all the participants get called automatically when it’s time for the conference, no need to remember conference PIN… Read More

People Patcher – Get Your Friends to Make Up

Every relationship has it’s ups and downs, now you can help your friends talk through tough times. Mike Lewis created People Patcher to “anonymously phone-conference two friends together, whether they want to talk or not.” What’s the back story of People Patcher? People Patcher was one of those ideas that crept up in my head when I was laying down to sleep. I had just seen… Read More

New Contest Category: Twilio Conferencing

Earlier today, we announced the release of the latest Twilio feature: Simple Conferencing.  We are also making conferencing the focus of this week’s Twilio developer contest, and challenge you to use conferencing in a Twilio application for your chance to win a sexy little Dell Netbook. How the Developer Challenge Works Each week, we choose a category for developers to focus on when creating their contest… Read More