33 episodes

Join us as we talk to the folks around Lyft who make our applications possible. We talk about what they're working on, what they're learning, and what they're excited about.

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    • Technology
    • 4.9 • 40 Ratings

Join us as we talk to the folks around Lyft who make our applications possible. We talk about what they're working on, what they're learning, and what they're excited about.

    The Golden Path with Ana Toledo

    The Golden Path with Ana Toledo

    Hosts RJ and Julio sit down with Ana to learn about the work she and her team are working on, what it's been like to onboard from Mexico City, and her career transition into programming, and the flexibility she likes about Android.

    Transcript

    Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out lyft.com/careers

    RJ on Instagram
    Julio on Twitter
    Ana on LinkedIn

    • 33 min
    Quality Engineering with Nikola Arabadjiev

    Quality Engineering with Nikola Arabadjiev

    This week, hosts RJ and Parul are joined by Quality Engineer Nik Arabadjiev to talk through QA processes at Lyft and how we've gotten better at things over time. Plus, Nik's description of the Bulgarian dish banitsa is going to make it the new sourdough. 

    Transcript

    Show Notes

    Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out lyft.com/careers

    RJ on Instagram
    Parul on LinkedIn
    Nik on LinkedIn

    • 41 min
    Bazel with Brentley Jones and Keith Smiley

    Bazel with Brentley Jones and Keith Smiley

    Aaaand we're back! On this episode, Adam, Ben, Brentley, and Keith get in the weeds on Bazel, and debate the market value of super powers, and we continue to battle with microphones while we record remotely.

    Transcript

    Show Notes

    Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out lyft.com/careers

    • 33 min
    Mobile Architecture Pt 2 with Scott Berrevoets

    Mobile Architecture Pt 2 with Scott Berrevoets

    We pick up where we left off in Part 1, discussing Lyft's mobile architecture, and our Flows and Plugins system. Join Adam, Amanda and Scott as they dive deep into the technical in this week's episode.  

    Transcript

    Show Notes

    Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out lyft.com/careers

    Adam on Twitter
    Amanda on Twitter
    Scott on Twitter 

    • 37 min
    Mobile Architecture Pt. 1 with Scott Berrevoets

    Mobile Architecture Pt. 1 with Scott Berrevoets

    Hosts Adam and Amanda dive into the history of ambitious mobile architecture projects through the last few years, and the rewards we’re reaping from those efforts now. Also, the team is kind of excited about React, and very excited about powdered donuts. We’ll be back with Part 2 in 3 weeks!

    Transcript

    Show Notes

    Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out lyft.com/careers

    • 34 min
    Server Driven UI with Kevin Fang & Jeff Hurray

    Server Driven UI with Kevin Fang & Jeff Hurray

    The first episode of 2021! Join Kevin Fang and Jeff Hurray as they describe the decision, benefits and challenges behind Server Driven UI work. Also: some controversy about laundry. 

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

scranton boi ,

Great learning tool as a student

I get to peek into the world of professional iOS development while still being a sophomore in college. Not to mention Lyft is a massive company with great engineers.

westtk ,

Well-made inside look

Great podcast overall that gives unique insight into one of the most technically complex mobile applications in the world.

Adam Wolf was the lifeblood of this podcast by digesting complicated terminology and asking the right clarifying questions when the discussion became technical. Polly Peterson was an excellent co-host as well, adding unique perspective and banter to the conversation. Unfortunately, these two hosts have been absent from recent episodes (3/16/20 and 4/2/20) and as a result, the level of excitement and engagement of the podcast has dropped. I’m hoping they bring back the original hosts.

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