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Twilio allows you to write code that interacts with mobile phones, SMS, and landlines. Companies like Ebay, Hulu, Airbnb, Groupme and many more use the Twilio API as a way to embed telephone communications directly into their product.
In this class, Rob Spectre, Director of Developer Evangelism, and Chris Castiglione, will show you how to develop an app that hooks into the Twilio API, walking you through how to build something every successful business needs: a customer support line to manage all those support calls you’ll be receiving.
One Month (YC-backed learning platform)
Christopher Castiglione is a developer with a specialty in UX strategy and Front-end. He has over ten years of experience developing digital products. In the past, he has designed applications for clients ranging from The Black Eyed Peas, Bacardi, and Toyota.
In 2012, Christopher spoke at over 70 events on programming and APIs. He's taught at Columbia University, The University of Amsterdam, SXSW, and has provided corporate training for clients ranging from Donors Choose to The New York Stock Exchange and American Express.
Chris is currently a member of the General Assembly teaching faculty. More information can be found here.
Rob Spectre is a punk rock technolologist having a barrel of monkeys on the Internet.
Doing just about anything for a good laugh, Rob is an ardent supporter of open source software and creative commons art, the startup scene in New York, and every professional sports club from Boston. In addition to Brookyn Hacker, Rob runs a number of exploits into Internet ridiculousness, including the heartwarming documentary service how i knew you were the one, the robotic telephonic joke machine Laugh-o-Tron, and the Nobel Prize-losing Chrome Extension Jeter Filter.
Living and working in Brooklyn, Rob loves laughing, writing and failing to act his age by staying out of the most pit.