The SendGrid Blog is designed to be a resource for all the people out there sending email. Whether you’re the founder of a small business, a VP of Marketing at a large company, or a developer working on a project at a hackathon, we want to have content tailored to your needs. For the more technically-oriented readers, our tech posts are written by SendGrid’s fantastic developer evangelists. Whether they’re exploring new code or creating one-off apps, they’ve always got new stuff to show you. Below is a compilation of the most popular technical posts from October: Help Contribute to SendGrid’s Open Source Documentation Matt Bernier, SendGrid’s new documentation developer talks about Documentation. Learn about SendGrid’s Open Source Documentation and how you can contribute to it in order to make developers’ lives easier. OneNote and SendGrid’s Event Webhook Elmer Thomas shows you how to capture messages regarding email failures sent from the SendGrid Event Webhook. Then create OneNote pages that contain follow-up actions based on the particular email failure. The 4s of a Good API Demo Brandon West Talks about some of the things he learned from Guy Kawasaki’s “The Macintosh Way,” and how they can be applied to a good API demo. Hacking Health with SendGrid and SMS Yamil Asusta has used Python, SendGrid, and SMS to create a unique type of reminder. This post is about reminding himself to drink water, but you can adapt it anyway you want! Inbound Email to Google Spreadsheets Kunal Batra has also used a Python module to get information from incoming emails entered into a Google Spreadsheet. We’re constantly posting new technical posts about a wide variety of topics. Check back often to see what’s new. You can also visit Kunal’s 15 Days of Code Challenge where he’s exploring new ideas through December.