Welcome back to another one of our Weekly Community Roundups, everyone! We saw quite a number of tweets in this past week, including some great recommendations for our platform. Let’s take a look at everything that's been going on.
Article of the week
Our article of the week comes from Fromkk at Timers, who published a piece detailing the company’s Bitrise workflow for Famm, their family photo sharing app (in Japanese). As an added extra, Fromkk also shared a very special picture: one of his cat Pinoko, who is looking cute as heck — especially next to that Bitrise t-shirt. Thanks for the amazing piece, as well as the great picture, Fromkk!
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Caleb Stultz, who responded to John Sundell’s new guest post on the Bitrise blog. Caleb expressed his love for the platform, as well as how happy he was about the article John wrote. It means a lot to us to see how passionate you are about Bitrise — thank you, Caleb!
Next up, we have a tweet from Sudipta Sahoo, yet again in response to John Sundell’s tweet about the Swift post. As he put it, “Utility workflows and slack integration in Bitrise has made my life much more easier”. We’re happy to hear so, Sudipta. Thanks for the kind words.
Next up, we have one of our new users return to the stage: Andrés Santibáñez shared yet another screenshot of his successful builds on Bitrise. Keep it up, Andrés — we’re happy to see it’s going so well.
Our next tweet comes from Kristaps Gringbergs, who responded to our tweet about the aforementioned piece on our blog. In his words, “After dabbling with many CI’s I have been a long time Bitrise user. Great UI, fast support and very reliable.” We’re glad to hear you’re having such a great time, Kristaps. Cheers!
Sometimes, accidents happen. So it was with Gaikitan, who got pretty disheartened after he accidentally spilled some coffee on his favorite Bitrise t-shirt. Needless to say, we were pretty touched by the story, and wanted to do whatever we could to help. With this said, you probably should expect a package in the mail sometime in the near future, Gaikitan. 🎁
Next up, we have a tweet from Marc Palmer, a regular on our roundups, who has shared his experiences with us each step of the way, ever since he was first looking for a new CI system. We're thrilled that Bitrise is working out for you so much, Marc — we hope you'll have many more green badges like those in the future. 🚀
We also saw a tweet from Jonathan Jean, who heartily recommended us to all fellow mobile devs. Thanks for the shoutout, Jonathan. We really appreciate it.
Next, we have a pair of tweets from Jesper Nielsen and Peter Bødskov. Jesper shared how fast he got started with Bitrise, as well as how easy-to-use he found the platform. In response, Peter also shared that his team uses Bitrise as well. Thanks for sharing your experiences — we’d love to hear more about how your projects are going, as well as your further impressions!
Next up, we have another recommendation, this time, from Andrés, who recommended us as an alternative to another CI system. In his words, “I started to learn/use Bitrise and it's a really cool CI tool for building Android, also can run Espresso UI tests “. Thanks for this, Andrés. Cheers!
Last but not least, we have one special tweet that we wanted to share: one by AltConf, announcing our participation. Check out our blog post to find when you'll be able to meet us there, and how you can book a meeting with us!
Of course, the highlights wouldn't be whole without a list of all the others who had talked about Bitrise during the week. Whether it's just a few words while passing by, or sharing our content with other developers, we always appreciate it.
🎉 @BEWIZYU 🎉
🎉 @mkepert 🎉
🎉 @shts_dev 🎉
🎉 @nerubesa 🎉
🎉 @_nabech 🎉
🎉 @suzuki862 🎉
🎉 @WorldDownTown 🎉
🎉 @hatena_hotentry 🎉
🎉 @fake_mister 🎉
🎉 @t3rr 🎉
🎉 @el_johnchi 🎉
🎉 @renju0_Pocket 🎉
🎉 @k0matatsu 🎉
🎉 @musclemikiya 🎉
🎉 @yuta24 🎉
🎉 @noppefoxwolf 🎉
🎉 @ThoHeller 🎉
That's it for this week, everyone. Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of our roundups as well — 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!