TwilioCon Announces 5 More Speakers From Zendesk, Polaris Project, ESPN, IDEO.org, and SpareFoot

Join Twilio for the third annual TwilioCon from September 17th through 19th in San Francisco. TwilioCon is a conference for software people with a focus on the limitless future of communication. See how developers execute and accelerate business solutions with communications technology. Get your Early Bird tickets by August 1st! Here are five more speakers who will be present at TwilioCon 2013. Don’t forget to check… Read More

TwilioCon 2013 Announces 5 New Speakers From Coca-Cola, Lyft, OpenTable, Wix and SmartThings

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TwilioCon is the conference for software people – the developers, decision makers and entrepreneurs who are building the future of communication technologies. Last week, we announced the first five TwilioCon speakers. Today, we’re happy to announce five more speakers with expertise in industries ranging from transportation, to website management, to hospitality. Join us at this year’s TwilioCon, September 17th-19th to learn what the Twilio community is… Read More

What Are Bag Phones and What Is The Future of Communications? TwilioCon Speakers Weigh In (Part 2)

This year’s TwilioCon focuses on building the future of communications. We’re bringing together the developers and DOers who are busy creating this future to discuss what communications will look like down the road. To help map this out, we asked our  TwilioCon speakers “What is the future of communications?” In one speaker’s ideal hack friendly future, developers will have access to open source satellites. In another… Read More

What is the Future of Communications? TwilioCon Speakers Weigh In

Smoke Signals, SMS, and Sketchy Marketing Tactics This year’s TwilioCon focuses on building the future of communications. We’re bringing together the developers and DOers who are busy creating this future to discuss what communications will look like down the road. To help map this out, we asked our  TwilioCon speakers, “What is the future of communications?” Their answers ranged from smoke signals, to SMS and online… Read More