Mark Your Calendars: Google Wave Meetup at Twilio on 10/22

Join us next week at Pier 38 at 6:30pm on Thursday, October 22nd for the San Francisco Google Wave meetup. The event will be focused on Google Wave users, so if you’re new to wave this is a great opportunity to learn how it works from experts.  There will also be several developers on hand to demonstrate how their gadgets and robots work. Thanks to organizers… Read More

Seattle Startup Buzzeromatic Makes Doorbells Smarter Using Twilio

As you may have read in ReadWriteWeb‘s ReadWriteStart channel, Buzzeromatic is a Seattle startup that is simplifying the way apartment residents manage the people who have permission to enter their building. The simple idea behind the service is that since you control the buzzer to your front door with a phone, Twilio can be used to make that interaction a whole lot more sophisticated. Whether via… Read More

Join Twilio at the San Francisco Google Wave Meetup Tonight – 10 Spots Left!

Tonight I will be presenting our Google Wave robot Twiliobot at the San Francisco Google Wave Meetup on behalf of its creator, Evan Cooke.  We showed off our robot last week at the meetup group in the South Bay, and tonight we’re coming to downtown San Francisco to spread the word. All the Details Where: Citizen Space @ 425 2nd St Ste 300, San Francisco, CA… Read More

Teach Street releases call tracking, payments platform for teachers

Twilio customer Teach Street announced today that they’ve launched their payments platform and (Twilio-powered) call tracking services, making it easier than ever before for teachers to participate in e-commerce. How Teach Street Uses Twilio With Twilio, Teach Street provides teachers with phone numbers and pin codes, enabling students to contact them and leave messages securely. As Teach Street said on their blog, in addition to being… Read More

Dovetail Software Makes Phone Calls From Their CRM with Twilio

Guest post by Kevin Miller Dovetail Software Can your CRM place a phone call? When new cases come in we have many ways of having our support team notified so we can provide speedy assistance to our customers. We get an email Twitter sends us a direct message Our campfire (chat) gets notified Recently we needed a better way to notify on-call support agents of new… Read More

Great post on building an IVR w/ Twilio

We love when community members share their code and knowledge with the world.  In this tutorial written by Adam (from Earth911), you can learn how to quickly build an IVR for your company, directing calls to employees and departments! Adam’s blog provides excellent, clean code along with great explanations of what he’s doing, along with good design tips. We’ll be sending Twilio t-shirts out to Adam,… Read More