San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Twilio is putting on some workshops!
This year at TwilioCon, we are offering two courses for different experience levels. Each course connects students with Twilio experts allowing them to gain experience using the Twilio platform that can be directly applied to their own applications. Before we take them to TwilioCon though, we are looking for a few brave developers to be the first to try them out in this exclusive New York City preview. All we ask in return is for your honest feedback. Oh, and 10 dollars to donate to HackNY.
We will be giving one workshop per day. You are welcome to take one or both.
Day 1: twilio::start()
Go from zero to hero in a single day. If you’ve never used Twilio, then this is the course for you. We’ll spend a day taking you from first signup to completed app using eight different code challenges that will expose you to all of the essentials you’ll need to know to be effective with the Twilio platform.
The course will cover topics including:
- Building a Basic IVR
- Call Recording
- Call Tracking and Number Provisioning
- Inbound and Outbound SMS Messages
- Inbound and Outbound Calling from the browser
- Presence and Conference Calling
- Exploring Twilio Client for Mobile
Day 2: twilio::accelerate()
So you've already played with Twilio, and maybe even built a Twilio app or two and you’ve got the basics covered, then this is the class for you. We will be writing code right from the start and you will spend a day learning tips, tricks and best practices designed to help you accelerate your knowledge of Twilio to expert level. The course will cover topics including:
- Building and Managing Call Queues
- Create a phone in your browser using Twilio Client
- Building testable, scalable and maintainable Twilio apps
- Understanding and improve your Twilio app through analytics
When & Where
Twilio is changing communications forever by empowering software people to build modern communications applications: cloud-based, massively scalable, built with web technologies, communication-rich, and user-focused.
Learn more at http://www.twilio.com