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At Skyscanner they are trying to build great products by quickly and frequently iterating through the build-measure-learn loop. They're shipping experiments, measuring the success, iterating based on the outcome until they feel it’s right. Their engineers' goal is to make this as painless as possible.
Join Zsolt and learn on the tools that they've built and the challenges they've faced (and how they've overcome them) to make this possible.
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Turbocharging feature releases in Skyscanner
Zsolt is a Principal software engineer at Skyscanner working on building great products for users and contributing to the architecture that supports this on the long term. In the last couple of years Zsolt has been part of several teams building the iOS app of Skyscanner and has been involved both in product development and architectural design.