builtwithsendgrid


“Count My Reps” With SendGrid’s Parse Webhook

Technical
exercise

The following is a guest post from Seth Ammons, software engineer, at SendGrid. As part of our Movember initiative and in support of SendGrid’s overall health and wellness, Seth has spearheaded a campaign to keep his co-workers active using our Parse Webhook. Seth explains below. SendGrid has a focus on something called the “Four Hs” by which we abide: Honesty, Humility, Hunger, and Happiness. We look for talented people who exhibit these traits (check out our careers page, we’re hiring!). But there is also a fifth “H” that has developed: SendGrid promotes activity and keeping people healthy. Two years ago, in an act to promote men’s health awareness during Movember, I threw together a quick website to help fellow SendGriddians keep


Oh, Cardless: My Business Card Email App

Events, Product, Technical
Screengrab of Martyn's use of Oh, Cardless

Due to a recent printing fail, I’ve found myself without any business cards and I’m about to head out to How To Web in Bucharest for 3 days where I’m certain I’ll meet a few folks who ask for my details. Luckily, I work for a company that makes sending and receiving emails from an application easy, so I whipped up this quick app using SendGrid and Heroku to give me a quick autoresponder on my vanity email address that will send a digital version of my business card out to whomever emails that address. It’s quick to turn around and gets my details direct to their inbox. Install Start by cloning the repository: git clone https://github.com/martyndavies/ohcardless.git Then follow these