Introducing Brent Schooley, Twilio Developer Evangelist

“I need to build a website using Microsoft technology that will help startups in Philadelphia. Would you be willing to help out?” The eight developers sitting around a table at Seed Philly had each been asked this question by Brad Denenberg while attending a training series. He had recently started a seed level incubator and was hoping to build a content management system (CMS) that would… Read More

Introducing Twilio Developer Evangelist Paul Hallett


I’ve always had a fascination with how things work. One of my earliest memories I have is sitting on my grandfather’s lap staring with pure fascination into the black and white MS-DOS screen as he wrote a simple application in an attempt to predict numbers in the lottery. At eight my Mother asked “What do you want for your birthday Paul?”. “A padlock!” I replied. The… Read More

Reddit Recap: Ask A Developer Evangelist With Rob Spectre


Rob Spectre took to reddit on Thursday to answer questions from the community about what it takes to be a self professed “punk rock technolologist having a barrel of monkeys on the Internet,” aka a Developer Evangelist. The wonderful folks of reddit had a ton of questions for Rob during his AMA ranging from “what exactly is a Developer Evangelist” to “what’s the craziest part of… Read More

Ben Nunney: Code On The Road with Young Rewired State


This is a syndicated post, originally published on European Developer Evangelist, Ben Nunney’s blog. Ben details his experience driving over 2,000 miles in a few days to connect with young coders who are building the future of the software industry, and working with fantastic APIs. For the past few years I’ve supported Young Rewired State. So have Twilio. This year – now that we’re one in… Read More

Kevin Whinnery Wants You To Run TIE Fighter

In 1994, LucasArts released TIE Fighter, a space combat simulation placing players in the cockpit of the iconic, wailing cannon fodder that blew up spectacularly in the original Star Wars trilogy.  I’m sure I don’t have to explain to you why that was awesome beyond comprehension.  However, the minimum system requirements for a PC that would run this game were a 33 MHz CPU, 4-8 MB of… Read More