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TwilioQuest Sunday Afternoon Code + Tea Party! RSVP: tinyurl.com/twilio819
*** To attend, you must get a free ticket from Eventbrite at this link: https://tinyurl.com/twilio819 Join us for a special afternoon edition of TwilioQuest Superclass including Tea Time! This is a full day of live, self-directed training for developers to learn how to use Twilio's APIs, which are used by companies including Netflix, Lyft, Airbnb, Twitter and more. Learn more about Twilio here: https://www.twilio.com/ TwilioQuest is an interactive, self-paced game where you learn how to Twilio. TwilioQuest introduces Twilio products (including APIs for SMS, Voice, Video, Chat, and more), features, and concepts while rewarding players as they embark on a journey through code. Superclass is a full day of live, self-directed training for developers who want to level up their Twilio skills with onsite mentors. We'll spend the afternoon coding and playing Quest while we enjoy a lazy summer Sunday afternoon complete with English breakfast, Earl Grey and tiny cucumber sandwhiches. (Actual menu TBD). Players will be eligible to win prizes throughout the afternoon. And BIG thank you to our sponsor Cross Campus for partnering with us to provide space for this event. ==================== Agenda: ==================== • 12pm - 1pm: Arrival, Lunch, Setup, Demo • 1pm - 4pm: Hacking on TwilioQuest. All you can drink tea. • 4pm - 5pm: Closing ceremony. Dessert. ==================== What to bring: ==================== • Your laptop and charger ====================== Directions/venue info: ====================== • Cross Campus South Bay is right off the Metro Green Line (which connects to the Blue Line) • Parking info to be confirmed and updated here soon! IMPORTANT: *** You must sign up on Eventbrite to get a free ticket here: https://tinyurl.com/twilio819 ==================== *** Want extra coding help? Join our chat room on Slack: https://learnteachcode.herokuapp.com/ *** Want to get more involved? We always need more help! You can help with or host a study group, provide mentorship, or volunteer for other fun stuff. Let us know on Slack or in person!

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