Global mobile commerce revenue of the first two months of 2020 was nearly $600 billion more than the figure for the whole year of 2019.
Join us alongside representatives of Mercado Libre, Shopify, Farfetch, and EBTH as they dive into the unique challenges of developing e-commerce mobile apps and their importance as we continue to see a rise of digital minutes spent on mobile and over 88% of that time spent in mobile apps.
The panel is based on the success of the State of mobile shopping apps report where we explain the ins and outs of the industry’s digital transformation and provide valuable product and engineering insights gathered from some of the world’s top shopping apps.
Yasmin is a Brazilian software developer living in Sweden. She works at Shopify, is passionate about company culture, onboarding, mobile tooling, and coffee.
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Matthew is currently, a React Native developer for Everything But the House, which is a “marketplace for the uncommon.” They specialise in connecting sellers of rare and unusual items with customers who are obsessed with them. Matthew is part of the team that is launching their new mobile experience in late 2021. He is also a proud Bitrise alumni, having helped customers be successful on the platform.
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With more than 23 years of successful experience managing technology teams, and developing challenging, large scale software systems. Luciano heads the Mobile Architecture team at Mercado Libre, with the mission to make native development as easy and fast as possible. He helps business development teams maximize their performance, optimizing delivery time. Ensuring cohesive interfaces, performance, security and stability of Mercado Libre’s apps are his main goals.
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