The full agenda for Mobile DevOps Summit 2022 is live! With less than 30 days to go until the first Mobile DevOps conference, it’s time to explore the more than 80 sessions happening on November 10 across multiple content tracks: build, test, monitor, release, mobile CI/CD, culture, and collaboration.
There's a session that's right for you, regardless of whether you're just getting started or a seasoned industry pro. Besides the mobile community, where else can you meet open-source community members and industry leaders? You can join us live, and tune in to videos on-demand afterward to catch up on anything you might have missed.
If you haven’t registered yet, don’t worry! Reserve your spot today.
Mobile DevOps Summit keynote
Join Bitrise CEO Barnabás Birmacher for the 2022 opening keynote. He will talk about how Bitrise's complete platform empowers developers and enterprises with Mobile DevOps transformation. There are some exciting announcements coming up, so don't miss them.
After that, the conference will feature amazing speakers over the course of a full day divided into different tracks and sessions. What's on the agenda? Let's discuss it together.
It’s time to dive into the program to check out all of the exciting sessions that will be available! After the venue opens on October 27, you can favorite your sessions and create your agenda.
Beyond the keynote session, you’ll have the opportunity to check out a vast array of technical sessions and workshops from mobile leaders working at eBay, FIS, Instagram, HSBC, The New York Times, Chime, BBC, Shopify, Nubank, Nestlé, SoundCloud, Microsoft, and more.
We have more than 65 breakout sessions divided into 7 tracks such as build, test, monitor, release, mobile CI/CD, culture, and collaboration.
Because we will have a bunch of technical sessions I just picked just a few to share with you:
- How LINE improved its iOS build dependencies.
- A guide through publishing white-label apps in a healthy way.
- Native development without double cost.
- Embracing Go for Mobile DevOps.
- Integrating OWASP-compliant mobile application security tests in your development pipelines.
- Easily managing build configurations for multi-cocoapod repos!
- How KPIs can drive your mobile CI transformation project.
- Testing best practices on foldable and dual-screen enhanced apps.
Find all of the breakout sessions
There will be amazing panel discussions throughout the day, so let's explore a few examples together
Mobile app delivery: Accelerate and excel using data - a panel discussion with Reddit and Compass In this panel discussion, we’re putting everything out on the table. We’ll talk about Mobile DevOps' biggest challenges, horror stories, successes, and how mobile app delivery can drive value to users.
What's new in Swift 5.7 and its impact: Vincent, Antoine, and Leilah will take a deeper look into what's new, what's changed in Swift 5.7, and how the following changes.
Integrating Mobile DevOps into the organization: Tamir Twina and German Velibekov will share how the Mobile DevOps team was created in Houzz. The team's journey throughout business evolvement, how it responds to changes in priorities, and its responsibilities. communicate with other teams?
You can find more panel discussions here.
Also, we will have fireside chats throughout the day, discussing different topics such as:
Tackling mobile app accessibility: learn from Amy Tom and Aleksandra Kulbaka about how to create an accessible mobile app. You’ll learn about how to adopt an accessibility-first mindset, how to incorporate accessible thinking into your planning stages, and how to make your app accessible to under-represented communities.
The future of mobile testing, and what you can do now to beat the competition: we will chat with Frank Moyer, CTO of Kobiton, and discuss the current state of mobile testing, what technology is right around the corner, and how developers and testers can work together to create the best user experiences.
Find out more about fireside chats
During the conference, participants will be able to participate in hands-on workshops with different coding and testing topics such as:
Using MetricKit to monitor your app performance: monitoring your app performance when deployed on the App Store has never been easy. Apple introduced the all-new MetricKit to make this possible. In this session, Adam Rush will explore the framework and how to deploy it on the server.
Benefits of native mobile automation solutions: in this workshop, Mesut Güneş will explain the main differences between native and non-native mobile automation toolings. I will also explain the advantages and disadvantages of both toolings. I will give a brief explanation of the architectures of Appium, Calabash, and Espresso, XCUITest.
Parallel testing of Android UI on a large scale: in this workshop, I will explain how we can speed up and scale up our Android UI Tests with different practices and tools in the CI/CD pipelines.
Register for the summit
Now that you’ve seen the lineup, take advantage of having a chance to chat with the experts and participate in the hands-on workshops. We hope to see you there!
Finally, it will be full of surprises and exciting announcements that will significantly improve our app development processes.
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Thank you for taking the time to read this, and see you at the conference! 💜