Bitrise User Groups (BUGs)

Bitrise User Groups are about Bitrise users teaching Bitrise users. Join a BUG webinar from the comfort of your home, or physically meet others at one of the many international BUG meetups.

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Upcoming BUGs

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Speaking at a BUG

Speaking at a Bitrise User Group is a great way to share some knowledge, gather feedback on your workflows or just connect to the wider Bitrise community. We welcome speakers from all around the world with all levels of experience.
There are two ways to present:
Featured talk
10-15 mins
On an advanced usecase or interesting mobile development challenge
Lightning talk
max 5 mins
Where you share some quick tips and tricks, or share your workflows for feedback from the audience
For either format, you can easily apply to present here, after which our team will reach out to you shortly
Apply as a speaker

Recorded BUGs

Apply to speak or to host your own BUG!

For either format, you can easily apply to present here, after which our team will reach out to you shortly

Have any questions? Our Customer Marketing team is always happy to help out. Send us an e-mail, and we'll get in touch as soon as possible.

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Wait, what's a BUG again?

A Bitrise User Group is a community-organized meetup of local Bitrise users, with the aim of learning, teaching, connecting, and becoming better at Bitrise. In the case of the in-person events, the local community does most of the planning and programming, with some support from our Customer Marketing team. In the case of the virtual global versions, Bitrise takes the reigns and organizes everything to put together a compelling worldwide webinar version.

What’s the usual local BUG format?

• Local Bitrise users gather in a meetup space, usually in offices of companies using Bitrise
• 2 or 3 community members present 10-20 minute talks, each about advanced use cases or topics warranting some extended discussion
• 3 to 5 community members take 5 minutes each to either present their workflow for audience feedback or share some quick tips and tricks

How do virtual BUGs differ?

Virtual BUGs are Bitrise-organized. We'll provide the platform, reach out to potential speakers, and put together an agenda with input from in-person BUG organizers around the world.

Same agenda, same purpose, different venue, and a slightly more international audience...

The format for these virtual BUGs is still quite similar:

• Bitrise users from around the globe join each other virtually, through our video meetup platform
• 2 or 3 community members present for 10-15 minutes each
• 3 to 5 community members take 5 minutes each to present a lightning talk
• The format here is subject to change, to ensure a bit of variety and excitement from time to time, enabling further interaction and discussions

Join the program

Have any questions? Our Customer Marketing team is always happy to help out. Send us an e-mail, and we'll get in touch as soon as possible.

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