Another week has gone by and it has been a busy one. We kicked off the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) on Wednesday while our engineers continued to be hard at work making improvements to the platform.
We were lucky to be able to leverage SDC as an opportunity to hang out with and get to know many of our developers and partners throughout the event. Special thanks to @625alex, @pstuart, @tgauchat, @thehands1, @obycode, @strykersks, and many others for your presence and support!
Developer Appreciation Meetup
But SDC wasn’t the main focus. This past week we were able to make a few changes that will help set us up for the next few weeks and months:
We continue to take additional steps to grow and scale our platform. Robert Parker (our new SVP of Engineering) is taking a deep look into our entire platform from the code that runs it—to the experience you have when you use it. This week, we pushed a few key updates to enable developers to create new accounts in the IDE and fixed an issue with simulation in the IDE for new customers and developers.
Smart Home Monitor
We made some changes to the relationships between events and subscriptions to make subscriptions faster and more reliable. This is another step to make arming and disarming of Smart Home Monitor more reliable.
We are continuing to make forward progress in stability and reliability and hope that you are seeing it in your everyday experience. I will provide another update next week, and also look forward to speaking with those of you who are able to join our Developer Discussion next Wednesday when both Robert Parker and I will participate.