best practices in real world onboarding

Best Practices in Real-World Onboarding

Feb. 1, 2016 / By Brent Sleeper

At SparkPost’s annual user conference, a panel of customers discussed their experiences with onboarding in the enterprise context. These professionals shared their advice about how to hit the ground running when moving business processes to a cloud-based platform.

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15 new features for the new year

15 New Features for the New Year

Jan. 8, 2016 / By Nichelle Frazier

Hear about 15 new product features we’re rolling out to start off 2016. Access documentation, keep tabs on our development work and submit feedback to our product team.

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SparkPost Bootcamp

Power Up: SparkPost Features Boot Camp

Dec. 4, 2015 / By Brent Sleeper

The hands-on boot camps led by experts who know how to make the most of SparkPost are a highlight of our annual Insight user conference. Power up with the session notes and presentations here!

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5 Reasons You Really Need a Hybrid Cloud

Nov. 11, 2015 / By Brent Sleeper

SparkPost can combine the best of the cloud with the existing footprint of on-premesis investments. Here are five use cases when a hybrid cloud approach makes a lot of sense.

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I Look Like An Engineer: Figure Skater Turns Software Engineer

Aug. 14, 2015 / By Aimee Knight

I’m a figure skater. Coming from a background in collegiate sports, I’m highly driven, with an inner voice that replies to a challenge saying “suck it up buttercup.” I have a contagious amount of energy, and an intense amount of grit. I also happen to be a passionate software engineer who works on SparkPost in our Columbia, Maryland, office. I use Node.js and Angular to help build out email infrastructure for companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. How did I get here?

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Connecting SparkPost and Sendwithus

Jul. 31, 2015 / By Alex Mohr

In the days of yore, after an email was triggered, say by a user signing up for your site, a welcome email would be assembled from the code stored deep within your app and sent directly from your server via SMTP. This meant that if you wanted to use dynamic data, like that user’s name, you would have to navigate your database and pull it out. Similarly, if you wanted to make updates, you had to dig into the codebase. We’ve come a long way since then,

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