Today SendGrid is excited to announce our new and improved documentation! Some of the highlights of the new system are: Quicker load times Improved navigation and organization More relevant search results Increased legibility Cleaner presentation of code samples Ability to toggle between JSON and XML examples The new system will allow us to collaborate on updates and changes much more … Read more ›
As I wrote last week, I spent the week in England, witnessing something very special that’s been happening there for one week a year, for the past four years. That “something” is different and awe inspiring, and it is called Young Rewired State. If you didn’t catch my post from last week, here’s your chance to catch up and learn a bit … Read more ›
Young Rewired State is awesome. I’ll back up that statement below, but I encourage you to learn more for yourself about what creates said awesomeness: check out Rewired State, the organization that put “Young” in front of its name and decided to do more for the youngsters – technical geniuses under the age of 19 years; peruse the Young Rewired … Read more ›
When you go online to shop at a store, you often don’t think about the technology making it all happen. I mean, how do you build the next eBay? There are startups working to make your online shopping experience easier, faster more secure. This weekend welcomed the first eCommerce Hack Day organized by Dwolla and Etsy in New York City and brought together … Read more ›
A few months ago, I gladly took advantage of a rare opportunity to participate in a special adventure called Geeks on a Plane – thanks to our dear friends at 500 Startups! #GOAP, as it’s fondly referred to on the twitters, is a brilliantly devised plan to take America’s most intrepid startup enthusiasts to various regions around the world, with the goal of facilitating the exploration of the many unique startup communities planet Earth has to offer. … Read more ›
When I heard that SendGrid was one of the API sponsors for Hack the Midwest on June 2nd and 3rd in Kansas City, I jumped at the chance to represent us there. Although I was actually born in Kansas City, it had been nearly ten years since I’d been back, and I was super excited to see what the tech and startup scene had to offer.
Nearly 100 local hackers showed up to demo their skills at the competition. Teams came in all shapes and sizes – some from local startups, others comprised of groups of local tech enthusiasts. There was even a father-son pair that ended up taking home some awesome prizes! … Read more ›
Many of us from SendGrid were in Austin last weekend for an unforgettable experience at the interactive piece of SXSW. It was an excellent opportunity for us to meet face to face with many of our best clients, learn about other fascinating start-up companies and educate others about the value of using SendGrid to deliver email.
Today, we are pleased to announce a SendGrid partnership with AppDirect. AppDirect is the cloud services marketplace company that helps you to distribute your cloud services across a network of different application stores. They also provide their partners the ability to easily deploy their own branded marketplace, a model known as MaaS (Marketplace-as-a-Service). … Read more ›
It’s been just over a month since I became a Developer Evangelist at SendGrid, and I’ve now attended 8 events in 5 different cities! At each event I have met a variety of interesting people, including awesome SendGrid advocates, and I’ve learned a great deal about a number of improvements SendGrid can implement in maintaining its top spot in the world of email. What follows is a summary of my adventures over the past month. Enjoy!
Hey there! My name is Tim Falls, and I wanted to officially introduce myself to all who are, for whatever reason, interested in SendGrid. If you’ve followed our company over the last few years, you may have seen my name here and there – on the blog, on the twitters (“^tf”), or maybe even IRL at events around the country.
I’ve been involved with SendGrid since the early days in the bunker and joined the team on a full-time basis in May 2010. After taking on a wide variety of responsibilities over the past 12 months, I have landed in the perfect role, and I’m super stoked to embark on a new adventure. My new title is Community Guy. So what does the “Community Guy” do, you ask… Simply put, I make community happen. I’m the guy you go to when you have questions, comments, or a fun story to tell. I help solve your problems when they arise and make sure the world knows about the cool stuff you’re doing with email.