Are you an app developer that’s looking for a service to send your transactional email? Maybe you’re a marketer that’s curious about the SendGrid newsletter. Or maybe you’re just a die-hard SendGrid fan who wants to share a drink with the team. Well, you’re in luck because we’re heading to New York City for SendGrid Delivered. SendGrid Delivered is a national tour where our email experts will be teaching the masses about all-things email. We’ll cover the gamut of email best practices; from how to improve your sender reputation to which of our APIs will revolutionize your business. Our developer evangelists will be there to demo the SendGrid APIs, and answer one-on-one questions about integration with our service. In addition
We are pleased to announce SendGrid Delivered, a national tour where SendGrid’s email experts will be teaching the masses about all-things email. Hitting New York, San Francisco and Denver, we’ll cover the gamut of email best practices; from how to improve your sender reputation to which APIs could revolutionize your business. Read More ›
Early Saturday morning nearly 200 attendees crowded into the cafeteria at the Box offices in Palo Alto, California for the first ever Box hackathon. Hackers were challenged to form teams and hack together apps that redefined the way that we do work. A short 24 hours later there were 40 hacks that accomplished exactly that. 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 ›
In this week’s edition of the SendGrid blog, we’ll provide a mixture of technical release notes and general updates on what we’ve been up to and where you might see us next – both on- and off- line.
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