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Come Hack Mobile Devices with us at our Anaheim Office this Saturday

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First, Jorge Garifuna will teach you how to get your iPhone or Android app idea created and published. Then, you will network and form teams with fellow inspired hackers in competition for some great prizes from Heroku, IOGEAR and SendGrid. We will provide the food and drinks along with a great hack day atmosphere.  Go ahead and sign up (space is limited) and join us to create some awesome mobile apps! Thus far, we have the following prizes to give away: – 8GB Apple iPod Touch from SendGrid – Kindle Fire from SendGrid – A Mobile Accessory Package from

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SendGrid Now Integrates with .NET PaaS AppHarbor

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.NET developers rejoice! AppHarbor now makes it very easy to integrate with SendGrid via their .NET Platform-as-a-Service. In fact, a one button click is all that’s needed to get started. You can think of AppHarbor as the Heroku for .NET – they make it very easy to deploy .NET web applications via Git, Mercurial, Subversion and/or TFS. With their services, developers can focus on your app instead of patching servers, deployments, configurations and scaling. Related PostsOh, Cardless: My Business Card Email App Join the Queues Using Messaging and SendGrid Advanced Statistics Available Via API eCommerce Hack Day Brings New Challenge

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Announcing Improved Heroku Integration

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We are pleased to announce some improvements for SendGrid users on Heroku. We’ve increased email credits across the board, refreshed our suite of plans, and have enabled some additional features. Heroku users can now manage their sub-users via our API, and all users on the Silver plan and above have access to dedicated IPs for their accounts. Heroku and SendGrid’s partnership started in 2009 while SendGrid was still in the TechStars program. Heroku and SendGrid have both grown from tiny startups sailing the untested seas of the cloud services market to proven market leaders. Before Sendgrid had a proper logo, we had

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