Welcome back to another one of our Weekly Community Roundups, everyone. We've had quite an exciting week, with tons of tweets and pictures — let's take a look at what's been going on!
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Stefan Herold, who has been using Bitrise for over two years at Ioki, and gave us a shoutout for being "just #rocknroll". Rock on, Stefan!
Next up, we have a tweet from Corey, who shared an amazing shot of some of our stickers. We're happy you like them so much, Corey — cheers!
We also saw a tweet from Andrés, who just migrated his CI/CD frameworks over to Bitrise, and found it very easy to integrate. Thanks for the kind words, Andrés.
Next up, we have Juan Pablo Ortiz, who just started using the platform and found it very easy to handle. In his words, Bitrise has "good UX and better documentation than other CIs". We're glad to see you're having fun, Juan — keep us posted about your progress.
We also saw two other swag-related tweets this week: James Montemagno shared a shot of the Bitrise care package he received, and Cristian González joined him in marveling at it. We're happy you like them, James — and Cristian, we hope to get to see a similar picture from you soon.
Next up, we have another recommendation, this time from Matheus Matos, who recommended us as a great CI/CD tool for iOS projects to João Maia. Cheers!
After publishing our 2019 Roadmap article last week, we also saw quite a lot of enthusiastic tweets about what we have in store for you in the future. We wanted to thank all of you for your continued support, so we created a small compilation of our favorite tweets about the announcement.
Next up, we have yet another tweet from Stefan Herold, this time, about a picture of our AltConf 2019 poster. In addition to the cool idea of putting it on a magnetic wall with some extra space for others to work with, Stefan also talked about how he's curious about our new posters. So, without further ado: here is a sneak peak at our Droidcon Berlin one.
We also saw a shoutout from Orimomo, who had some lovely words about how much she likes Bitrise, saying that the platform is so easy to use, even non-engineers can get started with it without any problems. It's always nice to hear our users having such great experiences — thank you, Orimomo.
Next up, we have a tweet from Tarumzu, who shared an event he's going to hold a talk at — about Bitrise, no less! We're hoping it goes well, Tarumzu — if there are any pictures, definitely let us know.
Ktanaka117 also tweeted something that made us smile quite a bit: in his words, Bitrise makes things so easy, it even lets developers have time to go to the bathroom while working on an app. That's definitely a huge plus — we strive to make things as comfortable as possible for all our users. Cheers, Ktanaka117!
Last but not least, we have a tweet form Chuck Joiner at MacVoices, who made an interview with our very own Michael Roguly at AltConf. Thanks for sharing this, Chuck — we hope to see you again soon.
Before we get to the end of our roundup, we want to say thanks to all the other people who talked about us during the week. It's always a pleasure to see people discussing the platform, even for a few passing words.
But that's not all: we have a special segment this week, as we want to congratulate two of our users who are making something absolutely wonderful with the help of Bitrise: Jhanvi Shriram and Ketaki Shriram, the two sisters behind Krikey, an Augmented Reality (AR) gaming app. We've just recently found out that Krikey has entered a partnership with no other than The Ellen Fund to launch Gorillas! (available on iOS and Android), an augmented reality game that aims to raise awareness for gorillas in Rwanda. We feel honored to be able to help with the realization of such a project, and hope that we can do so with many other ones in the future. Jhanvi, Ketaki — thank you for all your work, and we hope everything goes well with Gorillas!
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, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!