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Code Challenge: Get Sentiment Analysis of Incoming Emails with Parse Webhook and TextBlob

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For Day 3 of this series, I wanted to start diving into an application of Machine Learning. This has long been one of my favorite topics in Computer Science. For this post I wanted to touch upon Natural Language Processing. It’s a field of artificial intelligence (AI) that focuses on the ability for machines to manipulate Natural Language and derive meaning from it. It probably sounds badass because it is.   Sentiment Analysis with TextBlob In particular I want to focus on Sentiment Analysis and mashing that up with Email. In this blog post I’m going to create a quick

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Hackathon: To Theme or Not to Theme?

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Hackathons are already a giant movement worldwide, especially in the US and now in Europe with the recent launch of the MLH season in that region. They’ve been growing more and more in South America as people, communities, and companies are exposed to them and see the value in helping and organizing. A common question that hackathon organizers ask me is: Should we have a theme for our hackathon? Well, let’s do a blog post to help answer that question! What’s a Hackathon? So let’s start by quickly defining a hackathon: Hackathons are time-limited events that will usually vary between

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Code Challenge: Creating a Black Friday Mashup with Kimono and SendGrid

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This is the post for Day 2 of my 15 Days of Code Challenge. In it, I’ll be looking at the Kimono Labs API and mashing it up with the SendGrid Web API. I’ve wanted to play around with the Kimono Labs API for a while, but never got the time. We’ve talked about the difference between webhooks and APIs on the blog before, so you can head there for a refresher. I thought this would be perfect for Day 2 of my blog series. Plus, Black Friday is this week and what better way to show off another cool API

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Deliver Email That Matters

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The relationship between a business and its customer is like any other in life.  Its success relies on effective and clear communication. In today’s online and mobile environments what does effective communication look like? A series of connected interactions between you and your customer that delivers critical information for continued engagement. And what’s the most trusted means of making those connections? Email. When your customer clicks “reset password” they are connecting to you for critical information to continue engaging with your application. That email matters. When you promote a new product or feature to re-engage or grow that customer, that

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Code Challenge: Learning Swift

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Day 1 – Learning Swift As part of the 15-Day Code Challenge that I’ve come up with, I’m learning about 15 new technologies in 15 days. The first is Swift, Apple’s new coding language. I’ve always liked developing for mobile, but I haven’t had the time to explore and play around with Swift until today. In this post I’m going to go over my experience learning Swift and building my first app. For this blog post, I have been primarily reading the ebook that Apple released. It’s a great resource and I highly recommend it for learning Swift.   Step

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15 Days of Code Challenge

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At SendGrid, we view developer relations in 3 C’s: Community, Code, and Content. Content, specifically, is one of the best ways we can scale what we do and the one “C” I would like to push myself further with. So, I’ve decided to take on a challenge of learning 15 new technologies in 15 days and blogging about my experiences with each one. In the upcoming days look out for posts on Android, Google Inbox Markup, AWS Lambda, OpenCV, using Docker and more! You can find the index of my upcoming posts below. As each post is published it will

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The SendGrid Ambassador Programme

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Over the last year I’ve had the joy and privilege of being in charge of the SendGrid Ambassador Programme for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). My colleague, Yamil, has been in charge of the Ambassador Programme over in the United States and Latin America. If you’ve read my previous blogs, you’ll know by now that one of my absolute favourite parts of this job is teaching. I value teaching higher than anything. I believe if you have knowledge to share, share it. That being said, I jumped at the opportunity in December last year to take on the Ambassador Programme

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