Welcome back to another one of our Weekly Community Roundups, everyone! Last week, we took a breather, but we’re back at it again with two week’s worth of highlights. Let’s see what’s been going on in the community!
Articles of the week
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Maksim Petriv, who praised us for making thing super easy. We’re glad to see we can be a part of your work, Maksim. Cheers!
Pretty amazed by what the team @bitrise has built. If you are interested in automating your deployments, testing, and more for iOS apps it's worth a try. They make this super easy. https://t.co/GAKXU0BkDR— Maksim Petriv (@talkaboutdesign) August 16, 2019
Next up, we have a tweet from Steve Watkins. In his words, DevOps always gave him the heebie-jeebies, but it seems like that's no longer the case, and he’s been having fun with Bitrise. That ought to be a great slogan for us. Bitrise: makes the DevOps heebie-jeebies go away! Great to have you on board, Steve.
Our next tweet comes from Paul Wood III, who celebrated his first passing iOS build on Bitrise. Congrats, Paul — we’re looking forward to hearing more about your work.
Next up is Ken Müller, who talked about how amazing he finds the Bitrise team and the solution itself. Thanks for the kind words, Ken — always happy to be of service.
We saw quite the feat this week: an IoT device capable of displaying build statuses on an LED display, courtesy of Frank A. Krueger. Needless to say, we were amazed by the ingenuity — great stuff, Frank. Also, huge thanks for sharing the process with the community — we’re glad to see so many of our users wanting to do the same thing.
Next up is a lovely picture from Vladimir Ivanov, who just got a gift package from us. Without giving too much away, we have some upcoming news about rewards for speakers like yourself — stay tuned to find out what we have planned. 😉
It’s always fun to see people spotting another Bitrise user on the street — this week, Ryoichi Tanaka tweeted about seeing someone in his building’s elevator wearing an awesome Bitrise t-shirt. We don't want you to feel left out, so we've got a present for you. 🎁 Take a look at your DMs!
Next up is a tweet from our friend Viktor Plézer, who just got his Writers’ Program introductory swag package. It’s great to have you in the program, Viktor — we’re looking forward to your next article!
We also saw two other t-shirt post, this time, from Kyo, who shared his "I know Bitrise Ojisan" one. We're glad you think it's cute, Kyo — hope you'll enjoy wearing it. 👕
Bitriseの勉強会でもらったTシャツ、会社に来ていくには中々勇気がいる可愛さ pic.twitter.com/fWOyFb811g— kyo (@kyo_nanba) August 25, 2019
We also have a few tweets this week about current and upcoming events. First up is this month’s Monthly GDG Cincinatti Presentation, titled “Mobile Continuous Integration with Bitrise”, which happened just a few days ago. Special thanks go out to Patrick Hammond for spreading the word about Bitrise!
Next up, we have a few tweets about the Pixiv App Night, which we’ll be attending as guests tomorrow, in Tokyo. Hope to see as many of you there as possible!
Right after the Pixiv App Night, you can also see Satoshin21 at IOSDC 2019 — he'll be talking about us in a lunch session, which we'll be there for, and are sure is going to be amazing. Go Satoshin! 🎉
Last but not least, if you’re around Taiwan around the middle/end of September, we have good news for you. We’re sponsoring and attending iPlayground 2019, so if you’re up for some CI goodness, you can already buy early tickets for the event. See you there! 🍍
Last but not least, we wanted to share our brand new posters for our current and upcoming events. Special thanks go out to Shinji Tsuchimochi, Jonny Ruzzo, Fisheep Tung, and Michael Driver. You've all created some truly breathtaking art, and we're proud to have posters illustrated by you. Cheers!
That’s it for this week’s roundup, everyone. If you have any great experiences or stories about using Bitrise, or would just love to share the progress you’re making on your current project with us, don't forget to do so on social media, or submit an article to our Writers' Program, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!