Hi, Product Science community!

October has brought a curated selection of news, blogs, and webinars tailored for our community of founders, product managers, engineers, and data scientists.

Mark your calendar for an upcoming event - a live demonstration of PS Tool by our lead Product Scientist.

We understand your busy schedules, so let's dive right in!


Mobile performance engineering made simple

November 1, 10:00-10:30 AM PDT | 1:00-1:30 PM EDT

Join us for a live demo to discover how using our trace-to-customer experience visualization technology can help you quickly and effortlessly identify bottlenecks.What we will cover:

  • How our algorithm makes it possible to identify a single, most critical execution path responsible for satisfying a specified user action
  • Understand your customers' experience on a code level with our unique video and trace synchronization technology
  • How to easily find main thread hangs and eliminate delays with PS Tool’s automatic identification of slow-rendering frames

This session will be delivered by our lead Product Scientist, Anastasia Matveeva. If you have questions about how our product works, how it fits in, or how to use it, we've got answers - tune in at the end of the demo for an interactive Q&A session!

Register for a free product live demo


Don't let these 3 code patterns crater your app's performance

Discover three code patterns that could slow your app's performance and learn practical strategies to overcome them.

  • Discover key causes of subpar app performance relevant for both iOS and Android developers.
  • Learn efficient methods to enhance your application's front end for speed and responsiveness.
  • Understand the influence of frontend code execution patterns on performance and uncover practical methods to resolve these challenges.‍

Android subject matter expert, Brian Cooley, and Product Scientist, Jordan Wooten, shared expert advice on making your app even faster.

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Dubai Assembly For Generative AI

October 12, 2023, Dubai, UAE

Our founders, David and Daniil Liberman, have been speaking at the Dubai Assembly For Generative AI event convened by Dubai Future Foundation on the panel discussing "Can GenAI be a Catalyst for the Fourth Wave of Entrepreneurship?”. They, along with government officials, AI experts, investors, startups, major tech companies, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications Office (UAE), shared insights and engaged in dialogue, focusing on creating new opportunities, shaping AI regulations, and fostering collaboration between the public and private sectors to leverage this technology for the benefit of the wider community.

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Product Science at NY Tech Week

October 17, 2023, New York, USA

Product Science team co-hosted a special event in collaboration with Mantis Ventures and House of Ventures for NY Tech Week. A deep, triple-panel discussion, “Closer to the Future: AI's Great Expectations”, covered:

Future of AI in Enterprise - Co-founder and COO in Product Science, Ester Neznanova, spoke alongside Managing Partner at J.P. Morgan Technology Ventures Elena Zislin, Head of AI at PEAK6 Yuying Chen-Wynn, and independent AI researcher and author Joe McKendrick. This session was moderated by event co-host Matt Harrigan (Company Ventures).

AI in Consumer Products - Moderated by the remarkable Alex Konrad, Senior Editor at Forbes. This panel hosted engineering and product leaders such as Alana Smith, LinkedIn, Sergei Sorokin, Discord, event co-host and investor Alex Pall (The Chainsmokers and Mantis Venture Capital) and David Liberman, co-founder in Product Science.

AI in RegulationsMia Shah-Dand, founder of Women in AI Ethics, Xanthe Scharff, co-founder and CEO at The Fuller Project, Julie Samuels, President and Executive Director at Tech:NYC led the panel with moderation by Emilia David, known for her groundbreaking AI reporting at The Verge.


5 Common code patterns slowing down your app

When it comes to optimizing existing code or writing efficient code from scratch, it turns out that most optimization opportunities fit into just a few patterns, being at the same time the most common, the most impactful on the user experience, and at the same time often relatively low effort to implement.

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