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Delivering SIP Via the Cloud

We have come to embrace cloud delivery for many critical business services and understand the value the cloud provides. On the surface, carrier SIP Trunks may look like a cloud service because they are delivered via an IP-like connection, but when you dive in, you find that they don’t share the typical benefits associated with established cloud services such as Salesforce, Yammer, and ServiceNow. 46 more words

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Keep Track Of Friends In Hazardous Weather Areas With PocketWatch

PocketWatch was built today at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015 Hackathon by a team of five brand-new programmers. PocketWatch is an easy, free way to keep.. 11 more words


Keep Track Of Friends In Hazardous Weather Areas With PocketWatch

As a college student, most of my friends and family are spread out in tons of different cities across the country. While I’d love to keep track of major weather events in all of these cities, it is way too time-consuming to constantly check iOS 9’s weather app. 149 more words


Walmart Simple Text Could Be Walmart's Version Of Magic

One of the very cool things about hackathons is that you learn what type of technology that people are really using. We’re all wondering what the hot “trends” are going to be at one of these things. 368 more words


What The Hack? API Workshop Schedules And Judges Announced

Hello, again. It’s your Disrupt Hackmasters, Reshma and Jeffery. We’ve got the inside scoop on the upcoming workshops and judges, and we’re passing the information on to you.  861 more words


Twilio Sending SMS from a SharePoint List

The following example can be worked into event receivers, workflow, etc – for simplicity and due to time constraints I used a console application.

For this simple PoC I wanted to send text messages from a SharePoint list, I signed up for a Twilio ( 274 more words

Can't Decide

Let's code (▀̿Ĺ̯▀̿ ̿)

Previously on Rorie’s project:

…Hopefully it will include the voice conferencing functionality within the following week. If you do not see a blog post by around Monday 7th of September~ describing some sort of practical WebRTC functionality for my application then I am probably rocking back and forth in the corner…

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