We’re excited to announce the next episode of our podcast, Mobile DevOps is a thing! This time, we talked to Marcos Griselli about all things iOS: the community, how he’s optimizing his workflows, and his best practices for releasing great apps.
In this episode
Marcos is an iOS developer and open-source contributor from Argentina. As an active member of the Swift community in Buenos Aires, he hosts and co-organizes the SwiftBA meetups. Last year, along with Josefina Bustamante and Facundo Menzella, he also organized Swiftable, the very first English-language iOS conference in South America.
In this episode, among many other topics, you’ll hear some hands-on advice on automating mobile CI processes, automatic versioning, and smart testing based on code changes. We also talked a bit about his open-source projects, his thoughts on WWDC, and the future of the Apple ecosystem.
You can find out more about Marcos on his Twitter page or check out his past and current projects at mar.codes.
You can listen to the episode here:
- Swiftable & iOS community in South America 01:50
- Open-source contributions: 07:04
- Managing Swift libraries: 11:54
- Release strategies, testing, & user feedback: 15:55
- Running iPad and iPhone apps on Mac: 24:20
- Collaboration, remote work, & DevOps: 26:54
- Thoughts on WWDC: 31:06
- Learning recommendations: 38:57
About this podcast
In Mobile DevOps is a thing! we showcase developers and their processes from all around the world. We'll learn about the ways in which mobile development processes differ and also how they overlap, through the lens of Mobile DevOps. The aim? Learning how to be more productive and build better apps, whatever technology you might be using. For this, however, we need your help as well — if you have any questions or topics in mind that you would love to hear about in our upcoming podcasts, let us know on Twitter, or through email.
Stay tuned for the next episode!
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