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Developer Digest: These are the developers who shined in 2016
2017-01-19 06:09:52
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Developer Digest: These are the developers who shined in 2016

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Sure, 2016 may not have gone the way everyone hoped —according to pretty much everyone on Twitter.

Git Projects that Rocked


Scraping Your Way to a $36 Cross-country Flight

Airlines’ non-existent APIs and arduous searches are no match for web scrapers and data visualization. Zeke Gabrielse deployed a litany of clever software tools to find (and book) dirt cheap tickets for his vacation. Read this cool story now.

Starting the New Year off Hiding Cat Videos from Your Boss at Work

You can use OpenCV to train your computer to switch screens when your boss approaches. Invest in your procrastination and build the hack now. Learn how.

It’s the 1.4 Edition, Hot and Fresh Out the Kitchen

Meet the new Twilio Client JavaScript SDK. This new ship lets you control audio output and input more easily, how Client interacts with your speaker and mic, and it also now has visual feedback for your audio. Give it a spin right here.

Stuart Turner Believes in Open Systems Because They Expand Worlds

Stuart Turner is not confined to his wheelchair... He can fly drones from thousands of miles away. The power of open systems allow him to control light bulbs, heaters, and anything else with a switch. He used Twilio in his latest hack “Magic Fingers”. Read how he did it.

Class Is Starting… Welcome to SIP 101

Professor Trunk is here to give you the rundown of what you need to configure Twilio’s Elastic SIP trunking with FreePBX. There are video walkthroughs galore in this lovely blog post.

Servers Are So 2016

AWS Lambda, otherwise known as “The Thing That Saves You from Hours of Infrastructure Management”, is a handy tool when scaling bots. With AWS Lambda, Claudia JS, and Twilio you got yourself a serverless chat bot. Get started building it.

Text It Like It's Hot (Because Your Particle Photon Says It Is)

“...all I really care about is whether my server room gets over 82 degrees,” says Kevin Sidwar. Servers are pretty much allergic to heat, so Kevin built a virtual babysitter —a Particle Photon that sounds the alarm when temperature fluctuates. Check out how he did it.

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