Houzz has two highly successful apps with millions of iOS and Android users. They evolved from an on-premise platform that was error-prone, manually built, and time-consuming to Bitrise’s cloud platform which enabled them to automate, increase release frequency, and keep up with the colossal number of product updates. Houzz shares with us how they built their mobile platform team.
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Gherman is a tech-savvy podcaster with 10+ years experience in Mobile DevOps. Outside of everything mobile he is interested in psychology and is a loving father and husband.
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Tamir Twina has over 10 years of experience in both iOS and Android development and has been a member of the Houzz mobile team for over seven years. The Houzz app serves millions of monthly unique mobile users and Tamir describes it as both a privilege and a responsibility.
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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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This e-book is a missing guide and an essential read for product managers, web and backend teams, as well as students who want to get a deeper insight into mobile app development challenges. Not only will it help readers become better at building native apps but...
For a mobile engineering team, speed and efficiency can directly result in more successful apps. At Bitrise, we’re enabling mobile teams to work faster and build higher-quality apps, which is why we’re investing in the second generation of the Bitrise Build Infrastructure: Gen2.
Launching new features isn't always a smooth ride. Enter: feature flags. Feature flags are a way of managing new features and circumventing lengthy app approval processes when bugs do occur. This article will cover the fundamentals and show you how to get started.
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