This Week's Contest: Twilio Powered Voice Applications for Non-Profits

Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about last week’s Twilio for Education contest category – we’ll be announcing the winners tomorrow morning.  We wouldn’t want that to stop you from getting started on this week’s contest category: Twilio for Non Profits. For week #21 of our Netbook contest, the category is an opportunity to not only explore the Twilio API and build a project with the hopes… Read More

TWO Netbook Winners in Twilio for Goverment Contest

Not only did we have Twilio for Government as our contest category last week, we also launched our government landing page and Twilio CTO Evan Cooke presented Twilio to officials at the White House as part of the first leg of Geeks on a Plane before jetting off to London.  Check out this slideshow from his presentation to see what we created with Twilio to demonstrate… Read More

Announcing TWO Winners for Last Week's Amazon Web Services + Twilio Contest

Winner #1: Email Center Pro Voice Alerts by Evan Coonrod Voice Alerts is a new feature in Email Center Pro that gives you a phone call when new email matching certain criteria arrives in your Email Center Pro account. It reads a list of matching conversations, and allows you to select a conversation to have it read to you. This is great for people who use… Read More

Announcing This Week's Netbook Contest Category: Windows Azure

We received so many fantastic entries for last week’s contest partnership with Amazon Web Services that we’re still trying them out and evaluating who the winner should be. We’ll announce a winner by the end of the day today, but before we do that we’d like to get the word out about this week’s category: Twilio apps built using Microsoft’s Windows Azure. On to this week’s… Read More

Twilio Teams up with Amazon Web Services for This Week's Netbook Contest Category: AWS

This week, in addition to our usual prize of a Dell mini Netbook, we’re teaming up with Amazon Web Services and they will be awarding the winner of this week’s Twilio Netbook Contest category $250 of AWS credits. The category for submissions is wide open this week, our only requirement is that you build something with Twilio that uses Amazon Web Services and submit by midnight… Read More

Announcing Week #14 Netbook Contest Category: Interactive Advertising

 For this week’s Netbook contest category, we challenge Twilio developers to create engaging advertising campaigns using our voice communications API.  Twilio makes it easier than ever before to augment advertising campaigns with voice interaction, and we’re looking forward to seeing what you come up with. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to submit and application to this contest no later than midnight on… Read More

Robert McLaws Wins a Netbook with his Twilio WCF REST Client Library for .NET 3.5

It Netbook Monday once again, and this week’s winner for the .NET developer category is Robert McLaws with his .NET library! Robert also submitted in Week 5 for the open source category, and we are happy to see his submission a second time and award him a Netbook for his contribution to the Twilio developer community. As Robert explains: The Twilio WCF REST Client Library is… Read More

Rock Twilio with PHP This Week – Win a Netbook!

We’re into week #12 of our Netbook contest, and this time around we’re looking for PHP developers to submit their Twilio apps for a chance to win a Dell mini Netbook and some other cool Twilio swag. PHP is a broad category, and in addition to new entries we also encourage submissions from previous week’s that didn’t win.  Maybe you coded up your submission in Ruby… Read More

Control Your House Anywhere, Anytime! David Bello – Netbook Contest Winner

Last week we encouraged Twilio developers to use our service to hack real world objects and control them with the telephone. We weren’t sure what we would see in the submissions, but we were impressed with the entries and have two we want to share with you. The Winner: David Bello – Home Automation Have you ever left the house and then wondered if you remembered… Read More