Hiring is the lifeblood of a technology company—particularly when scaling, bringing the right staff into an organization is a critical task. We’ve learned a lot over the years about hiring product managers at Braze, and we're ready to share those insights with you.
The most important driving force behind any software product is the group of people who build it—and their relationships with one another. Therefore, it’s important to arrange teams in a way that allows them to have as much leverage and impact as possible. Learn how Braze successfully restructured its product organization to drive better outcomes.
We spent the first five or so years building Braze without much in the way of formal project management. But by early 2018, we started seeing new, serious issues with the way our processes worked. To ensure that we could maintain our product velocity and maximize the efficiency of our engineering organization, we decided to embrace a new approach: Agile Software Development.
Our SDKs, code that our customers include directly into their apps to collectively send billions of events per day to our systems, are a crucial part of the Braze platform.That’s why it’s all the more important for the Braze team to make sure that our SDKs are working in top shape for our customers. In this post, we’ll dive in to how we test our Android SDK and keep it bug-free.