Weekly Community Roundup: July 10 – 17

Check out what's been going on in the Bitrise community this week!

Welcome back to another Community Roundup, everyone! It's safe to say we had one hell of a week: not only did we launch our brand-new Writers’ Program to support all the Bitrise enthusiasts out there who regularly write articles and guides about the platform and its usage, we also saw some great new pieces and tweets going on in the community. Let’s dig in, shall we?

Articles of the week

Our first article of the week comes from Kazuya Gosho, who wrote a piece about running iOS and Android builds in parallel on Bitrise. Thank you for putting this together, Kazuya — great job.

Our next article comes from Andrés Sandoval, who published the latest in his line of articles, titled “Android CI with Bitrise”. You can also check out some of the other cool, bite-sized pieces Andrés has written in the past on his Medium page. Again, thanks for all of these, Andrés — we really appreciate you writing them.

Next up, we have a piece about automating pod updates with Bitrise and fastlane, written by Taihei Mishima. Amazing work, Taihei — cheers!

記事書いたよ
Bitrise/fastlaneでpod updateの自動化はいいぞー
https://t.co/VaYfXLGRmN #Qiita— Taihei Mishima / Engineer (@tihimsm) July 15, 2019

Our last article comes from Alessandro Mautone, and is about running Android instrumented tests on different modules within the same project. Thanks for all the work you put into this, Alessandro — much appreciated!

Tweets of the week

Our first two tweets of the week come from Younes Henni and Alexandra Silcox, who gave us a pair of shoutouts in response to one of React Native’s polls on Twitter. We’re always glad to hear about people using our platform — if you have any thoughts or experiences you’d like to share with us, don’t hesitate, folks!

Next up, we have a tweet from Adam Waite, who shared a picture of some of the Bitrise swag we brought over to their office at Chip. It was our pleasure — cheers!

Thanks @bitrise for visiting the apps team at @Get_Chip. We're looking forward to using your new features in the coming months. pic.twitter.com/IdTaFKxRQr— Adam Waite (@AdamWaite) July 11, 2019

We also saw a tweet from Craig Russell about Bitrise swag — specifically, about our in-demand Bitrise socks! Craig’s tweet had quite a reception — both Maria Neumayer and Royshan tweeted out in awe of how cool they are. We might be able to do something about that — keep an eye on your incoming DMs! 😉

I actually want the socks— royshan (@royshantherobot) July 11, 2019

Our next tweet comes from Jenn Robinson, who held a talk about Appetize.io’s Bitrise configuration over at ChainReactConf. We’re so glad it went well, Jenn — thank you again for talking about us, and we hope we can see you speak again soon!

We also wanted to give a quick shoutout to Paul Hudson, the creator of Hacking With Swift, an event which we sponsored and attended a week back. Paul shared some lovely words about the experience and how well it all turned out — we had a great time, and are looking forward to the next one! 🚀

Next up, we have a tweet from one of our new users, Zrnbtn, who’s just started experimenting with the platform. If there’s anything we can do to help, let us know — we're always glad to assist our users in any ways possible.

We also saw a tweet from Umechanhika, who was looking for a mobile CI solution, and decided on Bitrise being the best candidate for the job. We’re eager to hear how it went, Umechanhika.

Next, we have a tweet from Nnsnodnb, who tweeted about successfully doing everything seen in the getting started article on public apps over at Bitrise DOCS in under only 45 minutes — congratulations, Nnsnodnb! We're always glad to see our users having such a great time.

Last but not least, we wanted to give a shoutout to Sam Debruyn, who tweeted about a talk he’s holding today at The Flutter-Belgium Meetup #4 about Bitrise. We hope it goes well, Sam — cheers!

Later today I'll be speaking at the @FlutterDev Belgium Meetup at @Google Digital Atelier. https://t.co/1SAqp4MynN My session will be about l10n and @bitrise
Signing up for
@bitrise? Use my referral link :) https://t.co/boP9qiCveu— Sam (@s_debruyn) July 17, 2019

We also wanted to say thank you to all the other people who talked about us in any way, shape, or form during the week. We appreciate it, folks.

@PRINXE_M_D_S

@2hostgner

@ynakagawa33

@SerinnahHuber

@Gremeris

@nikhilgohil11

@thexeon81

@comonacojp

@masashimizuno

@KamilYedrzejuq

@HamedMasafi

@sasa_nss_app

@monolithic_adam

@hasdid

@RDHSHJJ

@Marcelo65348280

@malekzadeh

@Horie1024

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!

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