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5 free tickets for sold-out Warmgun conference on November 30th in San Francisco

Well, this is awkward. If you were looking for those free tickets, they’re long gone! This post is originally from 2012.

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Well, this is awkward. If you were looking for those free tickets, they’re long gone! This post is originally from 2012.

Mailgun will be attending Warmgun on November 30th this year and hope that you can join us. If you don’t know Warmgun, it is a 500 Startups design conference that is about building awesome products and companies. It’s about design in the biggest sense, not just graphic design.

So, we’ve got 5 tickets to give away to this sold out event and we want to give them away to some of our awesome customers.

Here’s what you need to do. Send us an example (preferably with some code samples) that you’ve used to implement Mailgun in your product in an interesting way. The Mailgun team will review the submissions and give the tickets to the 5 coolest uses. Then we’ll post your code on our blog for the whole world (wide web) to admire. If you don’t like endless praise from adoring fans, or have some code that is top secret and don’t want anyone to see yet, keep that in mind. And no one who submits code will walk away empty handed. If you send us your size and address along with your code, we’ll send you a Mailgun t-shirt. Send submissions to warmgun@mailgun.com (no relation).

Not already a Mailgun customer, but still want to go to Warm Gun? Sign up for a free account, build something cool using our documentation, and submit it. Rome wasn’t built in a day, but some cool apps have been so get cracking!

See you at Warmgun.

The Mailgunners

Warmgun Details

What: Warm Gun: Designing Happiness

When: Friday, November 30, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM (PST)

Where: Hotel Kabuki, 1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA Google Maps

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