Last winter in 2017, we—Marc and Kent, QA engineers from LINE Taiwan office—had an opportunity to attend one of the most well known software testing conferences in Europe called Agile Testing Days 2017 in Potsdam, Germany. Agile Testing Days or ATD has been hosting this conference every year for almost a decade and the community grows each year. It was a four full day conference with over 600 attendees, 160 sessions and 130 speakers. The conference week was jam-packed, that at times there were at most 8 parallel on-going sessions, which makes it difficult for us to decide on which track to attend because there were so many interesting topics.
LINE API Expert is a program that recognizes skilled engineers who have a deep understanding of the APIs provided by LINE and are influential in the community by giving them the title of “LINE API experts”. In addition to providing an array of benefits, LINE will also support the various activities of these LINE API experts through this program.
A conference was held in Vancouver from May 21st to 24th this year, OpenStack Summit Vancouver, and I’d like to share my time there as an attendee as well as a speaker, over two postings. On this post I’ll briefly introduce OpenStack and share some sessions with you. In the following post, I’ll share the content of our presentation.
Hello, I am Jongyeol Choi, a member of the Redis team at LINE. LINE’s services use various storage systems based on their needs. Our messaging service uses various open source storage systems such as Redis, HBase, and Kafka. As a member of the Redis team, I participated the RedisConf18 conference in San Francisco in U.S.A, on April 26th, as a speaker. The topic of my session was, “Redis at LINE, 25 billion messages per day”. I’d like to take this opportunity to share the presentation preparation process, the conference itself and the responses I got for my session.
What is LIFF?
LIFF is one of our latest products out for LINE Messaging API users. So, what is LIFF? LIFF stands for the LINE Front-end Framework, a web app platform that runs inside the LINE app. LIFF apps running on the LINE app can obtain LINE user ID or tokens needed to use the LIFF API. With the information obtained, LIFF apps can provide features using user information, such as sending messages on behalf of the user.
Great to meet you all. This is ha1f from LINE Fukuoka, I develop iOS apps at LINE. Back when I was as a part timer at LINE, I was involved in making in-house tools for LINE. To share a little bit of my background, I was hired as a part timer with a confirmed offer to a full time position. Anyway, today, I’d like to show you a tool I developed during my time as a part timer, the Animation Sticker Checker.
What is APNG?
Before we get into the details of the tool, let’s discover what APNG is. APNG (Animated Portable Network Graphics) is a specification for animated image, consisting of images each numbered with a sequence number. LINE animation stickers use APNG. Unlike GIF, APNG supports full color, alpha channel and has a high compression rate. APNG is compatible with PNG, and is displayed as a still image for image viewers that do not support APNG. If you have the right tool, you can convert a sequence of PNG files into an APNG file.
Hi there you all, this is Kawasako from Frontend Standardization team in LINE. Our team is in charge of developing tools that are commonly required by the frontend development team, for developing products. Also we seek ways to boost information sharing and communication between developers. I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce our work and our recent workshop.
Hi, my name is Serizawa and I’m a technical writer in LINE. LINE has a program that allows engineers to attend overseas conferences on company expense so that they can grasp the latest technology trends. In this article, I’d like to share my report on API the Docs, the API documentation conference that I attended, thanks to the program.
My name is Parth Upadhyay and I’m a Server Side Engineer on the LINE Shop Team, currently working in Fukuoka. I had the chance to attend our most recent Developer Meetup in Osaka, see some presentations by LINE Engineers, and connect with the developer community there. Today I’d like to share some of what was discussed and my general impressions from the meetup.
The theme of this meetup was mobile, and we had engineers from across the stack give presentations about things they have been exploring or working.