Weekly Community Roundup: June 26 – July 3

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

Welcome back to another one of our Weekly Community Roundups, everyone! After our crazy Series B announcement week, we're back with some good old-fashioned tweets and articles. Let's see what's been going on, shall we?

Articles of the week

Our first article of the week comes from Abedalkareem Omreyh, and is titled “iOS Continuous Integration and Delivery using Bitrise and Fastlane — Part 3”. Amazing work, Abedalkareem — thanks for this.

I just published iOS Continuous Integration and Delivery using Bitrise and Fastlane — Part 3 https://t.co/MQiLEbE0KF— Abedalkareem Omreyh (@AbedalkareemOmr) June 26, 2019

Our next article is titled “A quick visual guide to set up Danger JS with Bitrise and GitHub”, and was written by Thuy Trinh. Thanks for writing this piece, Thuy.

Last but not least, we have a deck from Wataru Mizukami (also known as Tarumzu around these parts), who held a presentation about using Bitrise to link Danger + ktlint with Github (in Japanese). We really appreciate you taking the time to talk about us — thanks!

Tweets of the week

Our first tweet of the week comes from Luke Van In, who recommended us as a great cloud service to Ewald Horn. Thanks for the shoutout, Luke.

Maybe BitRise or Microsoft App Center?— Luke Van In (@lukevanin) June 24, 2019

Next up, we have a tweet from Dkajiii, who just decided to try Bitrise after being disappointed by another solution. We’re happy to have you on board — let us know how it goes!

Our next tweet comes from Adam Henry, who shared a picture of the swag package he received from us. Thanks for the kind words, Adam!

We also saw a tweet this week from Iga, who talked about his recent success with Bitrise. We’re so happy to hear you’ve been having a great time —  keep us posted on how everything is going.

BitriseのCIが成功したからおうち帰ろう— iga (@kupazin) June 27, 2019

Next up, we have a tweet from Yuya Kitano, who expressed his admiration for the hottest new thing: Bitrise socks. In fact, he wasn’t the only one asking about them this week, either: Craig Russel also tweeted about them. Well, we hope you both check your DMs on a regular basis, because there might be something coming your way. 🎁

Our next tweet comes from Majd Fouqhaa, who, when talking about Stephen Grider’s upcoming update on his React Native courses, shared his hopes for Bitrise being included as a deployment option. We’re really happy to see how much love you have for the platform, Majd — cheers.

We also saw two recommendations, one from Sam Jarman, and another one from Stijn, who mentioned us to Peter Steinberger as a great CI/CD solution. Thanks, the both of you. We really appreciate it.

Next up, we have a tweet from Terrierscript, who, while sharing an older article about the DeployGate Upload step, talked about how Bitrise looks better than other solutions from the get-go. Always nice to hear, Terrierscipt — keep us posted on how things are going!

Our next tweet comes from Roland, who actually framed the limited edition AltConf poster he got from us not so long ago. It looks perfect, Roland — thanks for sharing the picture with us, and we hope you'll like our upcoming posters as well.

We also saw a tweet from Rick Manelius, who talked about the effects of the applied DevOps principles at his new company, out of which one is "Prod builds went from a 2 hour manual task to an automated 1 hour task on Bitrise". We're happy to hear we could be of service, Rick — hope everything goes well.

Applied DevOps principles at my new company. In the past 6 months:
* Local dev environment setup went from multiple days to 30 minutes.
* Local dev builds went from multiple hours to 5 minutes.
* Prod builds went from a 2 hour manual task to an automated 1 hour task on
@bitrise.— Rick Manelius, PhD (@rickmanelius) July 2, 2019

Last but not least, we have a fairly simple but all the sweeter tweet from M_hirasaki1985: “Bitrise is the best”. It always brings us joy to see fans be so enthused about the platform — cheers!

Before we come to a close with this roundup, we also want to say thank you to all the people who mentioned us during the week in any other way. We still had quite a few tweets about the Series B announcement, as well as the now fully booked, first-ever Bitrise User Group happening at the end of the month. While we would like to list each and every one of our fans in these roundups, this week was very much like the last, so we offer a collective shoutout to all of you — we appreciate it, folks!

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!

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