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  • http://golftracapp.com/ Ryan Heath

    Another (related) service that's worth looking at is Cloudvox (http://cloudvox.com). Their API is incredibly easy and they have great support and a bunch of examples with different languages.

    Anyway, just thought I'd mention it :-)

  • http://adamstacoviak.com/ adamstac

    Good one. Thank you for mentioning and linking out to Cloudvox Ryan. I hadn't heard of that them. It's always good to have more than one option. Though I haven't had a chat with them like I have with the Founders of Twilio.

    One of the things that I liked best about Twilio's Founders was how important developer happiness is to them.

    Since I signed up, I have gotten a 2-3 very useful follow-up emails from both Jeff and Danielle on getting up to speed. I was pretty impressed with this, even though the emails seem to be canned (pre-planned). It makes me feel like they value me as well as their time.

  • http://golftracapp.com/ Ryan Heath

    Cool. Yes, developer happiness is crucial for a service that thrives on its API, and the guys at Cloudvox take that very, very seriously, too. I can't speak highly enough about them. They're super smart, nice, and down to earth. I know you already have this show that may count for the “telephony in the cloud” episode, but the Cloudvox guys are incredibly passionate about what they do. Might be worth looking them up.

    And thanks for pushing forward on these episodes. It's great to get insight into the minds of some successful developers and such. It's nice to have the show back :-)

  • http://adamstacoviak.com/ adamstac

    Thank you for saying so. I'm glad to be back. Some awesome stuff in store for the new year.

    I'll keep my eye on Cloudvox and see if I can fit the into a future show. Maybe a panel show on “Telephony in the Cloud” with the folks at Twilio, Cloudvox and others…

  • http://golftracapp.com/ Ryan Heath

    Another (related) service that's worth looking at is Cloudvox (http://cloudvox.com). Their API is incredibly easy and they have great support and a bunch of examples with different languages.

    Anyway, just thought I'd mention it :-)

  • http://adamstacoviak.com/ adamstac

    Good one. Thank you for mentioning and linking out to Cloudvox Ryan. I hadn't heard of that them. It's always good to have more than one option. Though I haven't had a chat with them like I have with the Founders of Twilio.

    One of the things that I liked best about Twilio's Founders was how important developer happiness is to them.

    Since I signed up, I have gotten a 2-3 very useful follow-up emails from both Jeff and Danielle on getting up to speed. I was pretty impressed with this, even though the emails seem to be canned (pre-planned). It makes me feel like they value me as well as their time.

  • http://golftracapp.com/ Ryan Heath

    Cool. Yes, developer happiness is crucial for a service that thrives on its API, and the guys at Cloudvox take that very, very seriously, too. I can't speak highly enough about them. They're super smart, nice, and down to earth. I know you already have this show that may count for the “telephony in the cloud” episode, but the Cloudvox guys are incredibly passionate about what they do. Might be worth looking them up.

    And thanks for pushing forward on these episodes. It's great to get insight into the minds of some successful developers and such. It's nice to have the show back :-)

  • http://adamstacoviak.com/ adamstac

    Thank you for saying so. I'm glad to be back. Some awesome stuff in store for the new year.

    I'll keep my eye on Cloudvox and see if I can fit them into a future show. Maybe a panel show on “Telephony in the Cloud” with the folks at Twilio, Cloudvox and others…

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