Guest Post


2015 Predictions for DevOps

Guest Post, Technical
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The following is a guest post from Matt Chesler, DevOps Architect for TheLadders, the premier mobile network for career driven professionals. We sat down with Matt to learn about what he thinks lies ahead for DevOps in 2015.  Q: How do you think adoption of DevOps practices (Agile, etc.) will change in 2015? A: DevOps practices aren’t going to change, they will … Read more ›


SendGrid Delivers Email Branding to DigitalChalk Customers

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The following is a guest post from DigitalChalk. Learn more about DigitalChalk at the bottom of this post. With any learning management system it is ideal to have private branding capabilities, and yet often times you don’t get that. With DigitalChalk, we continually work to allow our customers easy access to branding features. Our current features allow you to change … Read more ›


How SendGrid’s Real-time Notifications and Support Help Enplug Maintain a High Level of Growth

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The following is a guest post from Ryan Gushue at Enplug.  With Enplug digital signage, we’ve developed a way for businesses to better engage with their customers through social media from inside their venue. We use SendGrid to automate some of our consumer-facing communication. Here are some highlights. Real-time Notifications and Support As a startup, our resources are limited, so … Read more ›


3 Ways to Send Behavioral Emails

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The following is a Guest Post by Jimmy Daly, who runs the blog at Vero. You can say hi to him on Twitter or Google+. The future of email is personalization, but the definition of that term is changing rapidly. Adding a user’s name in the subject line is old school compared to what some of the smartest companies are doing … Read more ›


Play Reversi Using SendGrid

Guest Post, Technical
Reversi with email

The following is a guest post by Wataru Sato, a developer who works with SendGrid in Japan. He has a blog at http://awwa500.blogspot.jp/ and you can find his GitHub page here: https://github.com/awwa. I’m from Japan and work with SendGrid there. SendGrid is a powerful email service that sends a large number of emails every day. However, SendGrid’s APIs can also be used for … Read more ›