Today is my last day at Twilio. It has been humbling to serve the Twilio developer community for these past few years and work with a group of people who are not only setting the bar for Developer Evangelism but also creating a community and company of which we can all be proud. Twilio is going to change the world in many ways and I cannot wait to see what they create.
If working for a truly developer-focused company (including our live-coding CEO Jeffiel) or in the field of Developer Evangelism is of interest to you, I cannot recommend Twilio highly enough.
But it is time for me to move on. I am joining Major League Hacking as Swift’s co-founder because hackathons changed my life. They changed Swift’s life. And they change the lives of thousands of students each year.
Hackathons and hacker communities are driving a fundamental change in technology education where the value of being able to build has eclipsed the value of a degree that says you understand building.
We are building Major League Hacking to give every student in the world an opportunity to define his or her own future by building.
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