Weekly Community Roundup: October 24 – 30

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

Welcome to another one of our Community Roundups, folks! Although we're missing the spook factor when it comes to this article, we hope that you have plenty of spooky things going on in your week 🎃Without further ado, let's see all the tweets and articles that we have lined up this time.

Article of the week

This week, we saw four pieces from Satoshi Baba: one about connecting his Apple Developer Account with his Bitrise account, one about using envman to overwrite environment variables in Bitrise, and one about setting up a Bitrise workflow easily. You're on a roll, Satoshi — a huge thanks for writing all of these!

Tweets of the week

Our first two tweets of the week come from Kenta Kase: one about how super-fast we’re picking up Japanese tweets, and one about how he wants users of another solution "to be rescued by Bitrise”. We're glad to be held in such high regard, and we'll definitely do our best. 🚀

Our next tweet comes from Cat Turner over at Catch, who just transitioned from another solution to a nice combo involving Bitrise. Glad to hear you’re enjoying the platform — let us know if we can be of assistance in any way.

Next up, we have a tweet from Kangyoosam, who also talked about the Roundup, saying it’s amazing to watch tweets getting picked up. Glad to hear you like it, Kangyoosam — just to prove a point, here’s your tweet. 😉

Our next one comes from Justin Williams, who’s only just started getting into Bitrise, but already had a great experience with our onboarding and with setting up things. Great to have you on board, Justin — and thanks for the kind words.

Only been a few hours, but cannot say enough good things about the onboarding experience with @bitrise. Easiest setup of mobile CI + CD I have ever done. Salut. https://t.co/iNoojdrTv2— Justin Williams (@justin) October 25, 2019

We also saw a couple of tweets over from the Mixi Git Challenge that happened over the weekend in Tokyo, including one from Nishinishi172 that said our icon is really cute, and one from Caffe__ine that said they have a good feeling about us. Hope you all had fun over at the event, folks!

Next up is Kuma_0037, who just finished with finalizing his Bitrise setup. We’re happy to see you getting started out, and hope you’re having fun using the platform. Let us know if we can help in any way!

We also have a tweet from Daniel, who just started looking into Bitrise thanks to Eric Lewis’ tweets about it — and found that pushing a build through it was “seamless”. We’re so happy you had such a great first experience, and hope you’ll have tons more fun building with us. Cheers (and to Eric as well, for talking about us so much)!

Our next one comes from Yusuke, who talked about how building, uploading, and releasing stuff all seems like a breeze when it comes to using Bitrise. We’re glad to hear that, Yusuke — keep us posted on your projects.

We saw quite a creative thing from Mothule this week: thinking that Slack messages for failed tests need a bit of an extra touch, he created a frowny-face Bitbot image, and it turned out amazing. Great job, Mothule — although we hope you won’t have to see too much of it in the future.

Last but not least, we have one from Bannzai, who tweeted out “Bitrise is really fun”, and made our day with it. Thanks for the shoutout, Yudai — hope you're having a great time!

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 join our Writers' and Speakers' programs, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!

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