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Apifonica
Develop in-app voice & messaging features with ease leveraging Apifonica's SMS and voice calling API.
Develop in-app voice & messaging features with ease leveraging Apifonica's SMS and voice calling API.
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Did you ever count how often you return a chat message with a phone call? With “I’ll call you right back” instead of typing the entire thing? In my experience,five out of ten work-related chats end up with a call. And it’s not just me. Webchat software vendors, beware .You might be missing something.
https://www.apifonica.com/blog/voice-api-online-chat-software.html

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This April, several important announcements has been made that will impact everyone involved in voice technologies. Some are merely fledgling yet promising new arrivals. Others are made by market-dominant companies. Altogether, they may affect many tech and purchasing decisions.
https://www.apifonica.com/blog/voice-technology-news-april-2017.html

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As a developer, you are inherently in a somewhat better position than many your white collar coworkers. Always remember that you are a skilled artisan with hard-earned ability to create tangible (although virtual) things that did not exist before your hand and intellect were applied.
https://www.apifonica.com/blog/programmers-survival-guide-to-downsizing.html

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Dear all, this is to announce that Apico just finished the rebranding process and changed its name to Apifonica. For all things Apifonica welcome to https://www.apifonica.com. See you there!

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"Programming humor is driven by the overwhelming loneliness of being a rational creature in a changing, inconsistent world."
https://www.apico.net/blog/what-else-i-learned-about-programmers-after-reading-200-programming-jokes-part-2.html

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The Apico blog editor dug into more than 200 programming jokes and noted to her surprise that they covered all of four topics.
https://www.apico.net/blog/what-i-learned-about-programmers-reading-200-programming-jokes-part-1.html

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A very common misconception is that computer science equals programming, which could not be further from the truth.
http://ow.ly/Z2BzR

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"A developer dreams about heaven for programmers: everyone is sitting at their computers downing coffee with bloodshot eyes…deadlines are looming… The developer wakes up and then falls back asleep only to dream about hell for programmers: everyone is typing away at their computers (the deadline is looming, after all) gulping down coffee with bloodshot eyes as they curse the client. The sleeping developer asks an angel who happens to glide by: “So what’s the difference between heaven and hell for programmers?” “The difference,” answers the angel, “is that the ones in heaven will FINISH ON TIME.”

Avoid these programming traps if you want to meet your deadline.
https://www.apico.net/blog/four-good-intentions-paving-road-programming-hell.html

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"I even started to doubt that the post I was looking for even exists: a solid, concise, well-researched post bringing together all the essential SMS marketing statistics while linking directly to the sources those figures were pulled from. Ultimately, I called off the search once I realized that the only way to find that post would be to write it myself."
https://www.apico.net/blog/sms-marketing-statistics-2016.html
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