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eCommerce Hack Day Brings New Challenge To Developers

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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 over 100 developers competing for more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. Developers had over 20 API’s to choose from and while we love to see cool hacks using Sendgrid for email notifications and parsing, teams created some really cool apps

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SendGrid Expands to Denver

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2012 has been a big year for SendGrid. We’ve hit the 50 billion emails sent milestone, reached 100 employees, and now serve over 60,000 customers. As a result, it should come as no surprise that this big year has tested the limits of our Boulder office. That’s why we are excited to announce that SendGrid will be opening a new office in Denver to supplement the downtown Boulder headquarters. Related PostsSendGrid Delivered hits NYC September 12 Customer Success Story: Award Winning Digital Agency, Cyber-Duck Benefits from Cloud Email Capabilities Become an Inbox Insider with SendGrid Delivered Vote For SendGrid In

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London Hackers Bring Home the Gold at API Hackday

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As Adria forecasted in a post last week, the API Hackday crew brought our hackety fun to the UK for the first time…and the London developer community did not disappoint! A large group of excited hackers showed up bright and early on Saturday morning, ready for a full day of mashing APIs. It was an incredibly talented group of DOers, and the fruits of their labors were quite impressive. You can see a [mostly] complete list of the apps that were demoed on the HackerLeague page for the event, but a few projects came down to the wire and didn’t have time

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Multiple User Credentials

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We are extremely pleased to announce the release of a new SendGrid feature that allows administrators to create and manage additional user access to SendGrid features. Having “MultiAuth” or multiple credentials provides multiple users the ability to send messages without requiring access to the administrator’s credentials. Related PostsSendGrid Joins Forces With Engine Yard Customer Success Story: Free Logo Services’ CEO Selects SendGrid as their Solution of Choice Customer Success Story: Online Business Intelligence Platform, Cyfe Saves Money by Choosing SendGrid Instead of Building Their Own Solution My First Week At SendGrid Why Web and Mobile Apps Rely on Transactional Email

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