Tales from the devs at Mailgun by Sinch.
A deep dive into the Mailgun app: Part 2 - A most triumphant execution
When we started the Mailgun app rebuild journey 3 long years ago, we spent a good chunk of time on proof of concept, planning, and testing. Our ultimate goal? To create an app...
A deep dive into the Mailgun app rebuild: Part 1 - Excellent ideas
Greetings, fellow devs. We are thrilled to announce that after three long years of planning, designing, and building, our team has released our righteous app update. Sure, we’ve...
Private GitHub Actions templates for your organization
GitHub Actions is the new kid on the CI/CD block, but it’s quickly outgunning traditional open source automation servers. For a while now, the dev team at Mailgun by Sinch...
5 ideas for better developer-designer collaboration
Developing an app is a team sport, requiring teamwork from a number of players, including...
HTTP/2 Cleartext (H2C) client example in Go
Since my internet foo failed me, and the only workable example of an H2C client I can find was in the actual go test suite...
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Introducing a cross-platform debugger for Go
We use Go for a lot of our server development here at Mailgun, and it’s great. Coming from Python, though, there is one thing I really...
Life post-acquisition: A startup engineer’s perspective
Wow, it’s funny how time flies, right? We’re an independent company now...
Hardware fun: Building an email-controlled gun for PyCon 2013
We don’t sponsor (or attend) many conferences at Mailgun. In fact, to this date we have only sponsored one, PyCon. We make an...
Snack delivery machine: Part 1, the mechanics
Hacking on hardware is always fun, and it’s been a while since we’ve created something! In this brief series of blog posts, we are going...
Snack delivery machine: Part 2, the electronics and tech
Before we get technical, if you haven’t read our previous post about our wonderous snack machine, pop over and check that out first...