Twilio Monitoring Within Microsoft Power BI: Analyze and Visualize Data


A few weeks back we announced Twilio Monitor  to give you detailed operational visibility into your Twilio account and Twilio-powered apps. This new level of transparency can help you build secure and compliant applications. Monitor logs errors and warnings, tracks usage against thresholds, and provides comprehensive event-logging and change-tracking for Twilio resources. All Monitor data can be consumed via an API within your app, and integrate… Read More

Send Driving Directions Using Bing Maps and Twilio MMS


Recently my parents bought themselves a shiny new laptop. They got it home, sat it on their desk and realized that the only display port on the laptop was HDMI. This unfortunately would not work with their external monitor which only had VGA and DVI ports. As the resident family IT guy they called me. I could have ordered the adapter, but I figured going local… Read More

Microsoft's Imagine Cup: Student Developers FTW

Last weekend I was lucky enough be a judge for the US Finals of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup.  The Imagine Cup is a global competition that challenges students to use technology to solve the world’s toughest problems.  I am very passionate about getting more students and young people to learn how to code, so this competition is near and dear to my heart. The Imagine Cup is considered… Read More

Month in Review: Looking Back at August

We're already well into September, but for those who've just joined Twilio or only recently started reading the blog I thought it would be fun to give you a rundown of August – which was a busy and exciting month here. Customer Profile: The Kingdom app adds Twilio to their alternate reality game for the iPhone, and Derek Neighbors from Held demonstrates how it works in… Read More