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Category: Developers

Making a text-to-speech phone call with Django

August 14, 2017 Published by // // // //

Amongst the incessant notifications people receive every day; a ringing phone is still much harder to ignore or overlook. It creates a sense of urgency which makes it the perfect way to deliver critical or time sensitive messages such as two-factor authentication codes or important service notifications. In this tutorial, we will look at how […] Read more »

Inbound voice call campaign tracking with Nexmo virtual numbers and Mixpanel

August 3, 2017 Published by // // //

Campaign tracking is a “must have” for any marketing or advertising campaign. Without the ability to accurately track the number of users engaging with each advertisement you can’t work out your cost per acquisition (CPA), so ultimately you can’t determine which campaigns are successful and which are losing your business money; CPA greater than ARPU […] Read more »

Introducing Nexmo Developer

July 25, 2017 Published by // // //

Nexmo Developer is the new home for our documentation, API references, community content and resources. Our team has been working hard to improve our developer experience: whether you’re new to Nexmo APIs or a well accustomed with our platform and tooling, the new Nexmo Developer site makes life easier for you to find what you […] Read more »

Michael is joining the Developer Relations team!

July 7, 2017 Published by //

Hello! I’m Michael and I’m the Nexmo DevRel team’s latest recruit. (If you look at the picture, I’m the one on the right) I’ve spent a decade as a developer working on all kinds of things, from point of sale systems for Subway to processing every like, comment, wall post and share on Facebook in […] Read more »

Amanda joins Nexmo’s DevRel team!

July 6, 2017 Published by //

Ahoy-hoy! My name is Amanda Folson and I’ve joined Nexmo as a Developer Relations Manager. In a past life I was a developer, where I worked on projects ranging from small web apps to Windows Mobile apps to ancient government systems written in J2SE 1.2. At some point I realized that I liked tech and […] Read more »