Insights into building apps with millions of users 🚀
Date: November 4, Thursday
Time: 9 AM PST / 6 PM CET
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This jam-packed hour will let you learn more about the challenges engineers face when building iOS and Android apps at scale, and common ways to tackle these.
Come join Gergely Orosz and his peers as they share a journey starting with an idea for a mobile app which then grows through stages becoming one, used by millions, and developed by hundreds of mobile engineers.
The session will lead into a live Q&A where our panel of experienced engineers share their insights on these topics, while answering questions from the audience.
You'll walk away with practical insights on what the main challenges are for each growth stage, and common approaches teams use as they scale up apps.
This session is for every mobile engineer, who wishes to learn about modern app engineering approaches and for all those non-mobile engineers and managers, who wish to build empathy and appreciation for the complexity of world-class mobile engineering.
As a bonus, attendees will also receive a complimentary PDF version of Building Mobile Apps at Scale: 39 engineering challenges, brought to you by Bitrise.
Gergely spent several years leading teams at Uber, shipping features to more than 100 million monthly users. He writes the popular Pragmatic Engineer Newsletter and blog and authored the books Building Mobile Apps at Scale, Growing as a Mobile Engineer, and The Tech Resume Inside Out. You can also find him on Twitter and Youtube.
Pooja Bhaumik is a technical mentor at MentorCruise and Startup Clinic initiative by Google For Startups, a Google Developer Expert for Flutter, and a contributing author to Increment by Stripe. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion and has co-founded WomenDroid to support personal and professional growth objectives for women developers. Find her on Twitter here.
Franz is a Staff Software Engineer at SIXT. He's a passionate engineer with over 10 years of professional experience. During this time he worked in various roles such as backend engineer, web developer, or iOS developer. Since 2016, he works at SIXT and is responsible for the whole iOS platform which includes multiple apps build by various distributed teams. Find him on Twitter here.