Dropping Frames: Creating Video Content for Developers

Video is quickly becoming the preferred medium of learning for many software developers. Some look to recorded video tutorials on YouTube or subscription sites like Pluralsight. Others enjoy watching live coding sessions on Twitch or Mixer. Over the past year and a half at Twilio I focused on creating developer content both for Twitch and YouTube and significantly increased our subscriber base. Come and learn how to get started creating your own video content. You’ll see different tools and equipment in action as well as learn tips and tricks on how to get the most out of these video platforms.

Brent Schooley

Brent is a Developer Evangelist for Twilio serving the Philadelphia area as well as the online video community. He is a software developer who has been working with Microsoft technologies since 2004. His interests include client and mobile application development and user experience design with a recent emphasis on cross-platform mobile applications and client-side JavaScript frameworks. He spends most of his work days creating engaging and informative video content for Twilio’s YouTube and Twitch channels. Other platforms he has worked with include WPF, Silverlight, Windows Forms, Windows Phone, and Windows 8. Brent is the author of Designing for Windows 8, a Windows 8 design primer from Apress. He is a Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and Developer Technologies.