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Twilio expands the number of services on IBM Cloud

Twilio is very happy to announce our expanded partnership with IBM, bringing five new custom integrations to IBM Cloud. With Twilio and IBM, you’ll be able to build communications into your Web app without worrying about provisioning and maintaining servers.

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Passport + Twilio: Two-factor authentication for Customer Identity Management

IBM is building the next generation cloud platform that provides necessary tools and services to application developers. IBM Cloud platform, built on open technology, gives developers the power they need to build without the traditional ‘do it yourself’ approach to feature development. When you build applications on IBM Cloud, you can leverage the ecosystem of tools they provide to add additional features to your application outside of your expertise.

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Twilio Superclass: Hands-on training for developers

Going to be in New York on November 30th? Need an excuse to go to New York? Twilio is hosting a single day event in the Big Apple aimed right at developers who are interested in building customer engagement solutions.

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Home automation powered by Cloud Functions, Raspberry Pi, Twilio and Watson

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a significant rise in popularity for intelligent personal assistants, such as Apple’s Siri, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant. Though they initially appeared to be little more than a novelty, they’ve evolved to become rather useful as a convenient interface to interact with service APIs and IoT connected devices.

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How I built a TJBot photo booth using Node-RED

As an IBM Developer Advocate, I get to come up with cool demos for events and conferences that showcases the technology IBM Cloud has to offer developers. For a community event, I built a TJBot photo booth, using the famous TJBot to capture photos using a Raspberry Pi camera and send them via Twilio. If you're feeling brave, you can go right to the code on GitHub. Otherwise, read on to discover how I turned this powerful little robot into a photo booth!

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TJBot goes to London, Twilio SIGNAL style

If you haven't already heard, SIGNAL London, a one–day conference by Twilio, is bringing together leading thinkers

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Twilio Signal recap: Now is the most exciting time to be a developer

At Twilio SIGNAL 2017, I hosted a breakout session with Michael Ludden, Director of IBM Watson Labs, titled “Innovation in the Cognitive Era.” With the prevalence of new technology, inspiring all kinds of innovation and disruption, now is the most exciting time to be a developer.

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Chat bots powered by Watson at Twilio Signal

Is it May? Then is must be Twilio time! For the third year, IBM is a top sponsor of the Twilio Signal conference. This year's event, to be held at Pier 27 in San Francisco, promises to be another banner event for IBM and Twilio. If you haven't been to a Signal event, there's still time to register. It is a great event for developers!

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Twilio Signal – Watson Services on Twilio Marketplace

At Twilio Signal, IBM announced that IBM Watson Message Sentiment and IBM Watson Message Insights will be available as Add-Ons in Twilio’s recently announced Marketplace.

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