Over the past few years, the New York Times has grown from one team supporting a single app to having multiple teams supporting many different apps. To alleviate the many growing pains they were experiencing, they decided to switch to the Go programming language and create a single framework that could be used across teams, platforms, and apps.
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I have been an Android engineer for almost 10 years and have been with the New York Times for the past three years. I have worked with the app platforms team to help build our CI workflows and to develop tools tailored to mobile developer needs.
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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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