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The Care and Feeding of Elephants

Monthly archives for July 2013:


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Like many Operations teams, we love metrics here at Evernote. Also like many Operations teams, we’ve all used a lot of tools over the years that provide solutions in this space. Often we find products that work, but aren’t exactly … Continue reading

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Announcing Evernote Developer Office Hours

Over the past year, we have hosted meet-ups, hackathons, and expert workshops throughout the world. In short, we strive to connect with the developers and designers that power the Evernote platform. Today, we are happy to announce a new effort … Continue reading

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How Evernote’s Image Recognition Works

Evernote’s ability to search for text within images is a popular feature. In this post, I’ll describe how the process works and answer some frequently-asked questions. How images are processed When a note is sent to Evernote (via synchronization), any … Continue reading

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Free Squarespace Accounts for Evernote Trunk Partners

When our developers are happy, we’re happy. That’s why we always look for new ways to support the ambitious efforts of our devoted developer community. Today, we’re happy to announce that Evernote Trunk partners will receive a complimentary, one-year Squarespace … Continue reading

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Doubling SSL Keys to 2048 Bits

As we stated in previous articles, security and privacy are very important to us. In addition to the product security enhancements we made to the service, we recently updated the SSL certificate for www.evernote.com to use a 2048-bit key. Many other companies are going … Continue reading

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Public Voting & Devcup Judging

After three exciting months, the deadline for Devcup 2013 finally closed this past Friday, July 5th. This week begins the next stage of our annual developer competition, where we will work to determine the winners of the various prizes and awards available. Today, … Continue reading

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