Monthly Archives: October 2010

Email More Faster: How SendGrid Applied the 7 Keys to Startup Success

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Recently, David Cohen, co-author of the newly published book Do More Faster, was interviewed by Andrew Warner on Mixergy.com. Throughout their conversation, David and Andrew discussed the seven themes that are covered within the chapters of the book. In this post, we will explore each of these themes in the context of SendGrid. Related PostsStartup Resources Delivering Beers Hand Over Wrist! Simulating Pokemon with SendGrid (and an Audience) Process SendGrid Events in Real-time with TempoDB SendGrid Delivered hits NYC September 12

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SendGrid.com Gets a Facelift

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Why the Redesign? Today, we are very excited to release to the public our all-new site design. We’ve been working hard to roll this out, and it feels good to finally set it free into the wild. Over the last year, we’ve collected significant feedback from our users in regards to the UX/UI aspect of the site, which we have used to guide our efforts with this release. We would like to continue this collaborative effort, so please give us your feedback by clicking the tab on the right side of each page. A BIG Thanks This was made possible

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SendGrid & Friends Host API Hackday – SF – Oct 24

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On October 24, the party is at Twilio HQ in San Francisco. We are co-hosting an all-day hackday with a number of other startups, including SimpleGeo, Twilio, Apigee, and Mashery. The event is free, with plenty of beer and food to go with the plethora of APIs … thanks to the support of these super sponsors: Amazon Web Services, Heroku, Media Temple, and Microsoft. Visit APIhackday.com for full details and to register today!

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SendGrid at TechCrunch Disrupt

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Last week, we sent a few SendGrid’ers to the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon and Conference in San Fransisco. This was our first time attending and/or sponsoring a big conference geared specifically towards startups, bringing back that boot strappin’ startup feel within the team.

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