Last year, for a demo at Twilio Superclass in Sydney, I built a bot that sent pictures of Quokkas when requested - Quokka on Demand (covered in Part 1 of this blog series, Building Quokka on Demand). After that was done, chatting with Phil and Devin from Twilio, they came up with a new idea - a Quokka recognising bot, something people can send pictures to, and it identifies if there's a Quokka in the photo.
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Last year I got the chance to give a live demo at the Superclass at Twilio Engage in Sydney. It was a quick demo so I didn't have the chance to do much, but I thought it would be a good opportunity to show how quick it is to get started with the Twilio APIs and maybe I could put a little Perth in it. Then I came up with the idea of Quokkabot 🎉.