Developer Network, Twilio
Doing just about anything for a good laugh, Rob serves the developer network at Twilio. He 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 bringing the good news of Twilio to the world, Rob runs a number of exploits into internet ridiculousness, including the robotic telephonic joke machine Laugh-o-Tron, the street art showcase Brooklyn Vandal, and the stage agnostic punk band Adventure Capitalists.
Living and working in Brooklyn, Rob loves laughing, serving developers and failing to act his age by staying out of the mosh pit.
If you thought the first 10,000 developers was hard - just wait. In the first public discussion of developer evangelism at Twilio in Europe, Rob Spectre shares what Twilio has learned over the past five years, serving over 700,000 developers with a mission critical evangelism program when your only product is an API.