The Future Of Computing

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December 24, 2015

The Future Of Computing

is Mobile

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Piet Brauer

December 24, 2015
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  1. THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING AND MY STAKE IN IT

  2. $ man whoami

  3. WHOAMI(1) BSD General Commands Manual WHOAMI(1) NAME Piet Brauer SEE

    ALSO https://twitter.com/pietbrauer https://github.com/pietbrauer BSD June 15, 1991 BSD
  4. HOW THE HELL DID I GET TO THE FUTURE? HOW

    DO I GET THE WORLD THERE?
  5. WE HAVE TO AGREE THAT DESKTOP COMPUTERS SUCK.

  6. Meh — The Audience, checking their Facebook stream on their

    phones.
  7. 5 REASONS I AM RIGHT (ONCE AGAIN)

  8. 1: TABLETS AND PHONES ARE AS POWERFUL AS YOUR COMPUTER

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  12. 2: PEOPLE CARE ABOUT USER EXPERIENCE EVEN IF THEY DON'T

    KNOW IT YET
  13. QUICK GAME: WHICH ONE WOULD YOU RATHER USE?

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  16. 3: NO ONE EVER GOT FILE SYSTEMS OR WINDOW MANAGEMENT

    OR SOFTWARE UPDATES OR DOWNLOADING SOFTWARE FROM WEBSITES OR ANTI- VIRUS SOFTWARE
  17. Whether it’s text docs with Google Docs or photos and

    music in iPhoto and Spotify, the idea of files in a file system seems like an increasingly antiquated concept. — What’s really going on at Dropbox (an insider’s perspective)
  18. 4: MOBILE IS EATING THE WORLD

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  20. 5: YOU GET THE GIST (AND I AM HEREBY CORRECT,

    TOLD YOU)
  21. BUT

  22. AND THERE IS A BIG BUT

  23. NO IMAGE #THAIINTERNETCENSORSHIP

  24. 1: APPS LACK FUNCTIONALITY

  25. 2: COMPANIES TRADE ANALYTICS AND GROWTH HACKING OVER FUNCTIONALITY AND

    USABILITY
  26. 3: APP MAKERS ONLY THINK PEOPLE WOULD LIKE TO CONSUME

    INSTEAD OF PRODUCE
  27. MY STAKE IN THE FUTURE

  28. MOBILE-ONLY WEEKENDS

  29. WROTE A BLOG POST USING BYWORD ON THE IPAD

  30. !

  31. CAN'T PUSH IT USING GIT BECAUSE THERE IS NO APP

  32. ! ... ☝

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  34. ... [With Gi2Go] you can clone all your repositories with

    just one tap, manage branches and easily commit changes after you’ve edited code on-the-fly! -- Our website, git2go.com
  35. WHAT THE HELL IS GIT? A BRANCH? A COMMIT?

  36. Git is a free and open source distributed version control

    system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. -- git-scm.com
  37. ! -> TRY.GITHUB.IO

  38. FEATURES > Clone a repository > Create a branch or

    checkout remote branches > Create, Read, Update, Delete Files > Make a Commit > push it to your remote
  39. INTEGRATIONS > GitHub, GitHub Enterprise (v1.0) > Bitbucket (v1.2) >

    GitLab.com, GitLab CE, GitLab EE (v1.4)
  40. !"#$%&' (

  41. MONETIZATION FREEMIUM, FREE TO DOWNLOAD UNLOCK FEATURES VIA IN-APP PURCHASE

  42. FREE: CLONE PUBLIC REPOSITORIES FROM GITHUB.COM, BITBUCKET.ORG, GITLAB.COM $0

  43. GIT2GO PRIVATE: CLONE PRIVATE REPOSITORIES FROM GITHUB.COM, BITBUCKET.ORG, GITLAB.COM $9.99

  44. GIT2GO UNLIMITED: CLONE AND EDIT YOUR PRIVATE GITHUB, BITBUCKET AND

    GITLAB.COM REPOSITORIES AS WELL AS GITHUB ENTERPRISE AND GITLAB CE/ EE $14.99
  45. GIT2GO UNLIMITED — UPGRADE: UPGRADE FROM THE ‘GIT2GO PRIVATE’ IAP FOR ADDITIONAL

    GITHUB ENTERPRISE AND GITLAB CE/EE ACCESS $4.99
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  47. THE EXECUTION

  48. PRE-LAUNCH > Landing page: Jan 22, 2015 > Logo, 3

    Features, Mailchimp signup for beta
  49. SUBSCRIBER GROWTH > August: 14 > September: 86 > October:

    289 > November: 350 > December: 362
  50. 1.0 > Release Date: October 27, 2015 > 2517 downloads

    in the first 4 days > = $420 in Sales (after Apples 30 % cut) > No. 2 product on ProductHunt (560 upvotes) > Launch Mail: 335 subscribers, 72,5% opens, 32% clicks
  51. 1.0 VS. 1.4 DEVELOPMENT TIME > 335 hours > 7894

    LOC wo/ dependencies (now: 10086 LOC) > 1985 lines of test code (now: 3.669 LOC) > 1 component open sourced (now: 5)
  52. BUSINESS STATS LAST 56 DAYS > 3:35 min avg. visit

    duration > 5,2 % conversion rate > $0.58 per User > 9,500 sessions (80% iPhone, 20% iPad)
  53. BUSINESS STATS LAST 7 DAYS > 4:42 min avg. visit

    duration > $0.71 per User > 882 sessions (73% iPhone, 27% iPad)
  54. USAGE STATS LAST 56 DAYS > 500 commits > 4,000

    repositories cloned > 200 directories and files added > 1,700 syncs (push & pull)
  55. USAGE STATS LAST 7 DAYS > 82 commits > 243

    repositories cloned > 37 directories and files added > 243 syncs (push & pull)
  56. IN 56 DAYS WE SHIPPED 4 UPDATES ADDING OVER 10

    FEATURES (AVG. REVIEW TIME OF ABOUT 8 DAYS)
  57. I AM HAPPY BUT ARE THE USERS?

  58. Super impressed by Git2Go - better #git client on my

    phone than most desktop clients. — Travis Mcarthur, iOS Dev on @AmazonKindle
  59. Touchdown in California. Used @Git2Go to write code on my

    phone the whole time. We live in the future, and it's amazing. — Brian Gesiak, iOS Engineer at Facebook
  60. SO, DO WE LIVE IN THE FUTURE?

  61. WHATS NEXT? > Own editor as a separate app >

    Document Provider Extension to open files from Git2Go > Buy an iPad Pro and live with it for a week to feel the pain > Address the pain
  62. THANK YOU!