Twilio Signal Conference ended with an after-party called the $Bash night. Twilio set up booths with geeky games like programming, program debugging, computer building etc.. They also had a foosball table for 16 people. I think it is one of the nicest parties for geeks I attended so far. It was a fun night with music, drinks, food and games, tuned for developers.
During that morning’s keynote, Jeff Lawson (Twilio Founder) had a virtual (more...)
Lets dive to the Twilio sessions.
The sessions are generally divided in the following 4 tracks:
See the latest progress in software and cloud communications, talk shop with Twilio engineers who developed them, and get in to the details on how to use the software.
Hear from industry experts shaping the future of tech with the latest software.
Get details on hurdles tricks and solution from Twilio customers on building communications with (more...)
This year I attended the Twilio Signal Conference. Same as its first year, it was held in Pier 27, San Francisco. It was a 2-day action-packed conference with a keynote session in the morning and sessions after till 6 pm.
The developer experience provided by the conference is superb comparing to a lot of other developer conferences nowadays. Chartered buses with wifi were provided for commuters using different transits. Snacks served all day. 6 30-minutes sessions for (more...)