Why engineering teams love Slack

The adaptive collaboration hub for software engineering

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Back in 2009, Slack was a small team of software engineers, building a massive multiplayer game called Glitch. Today, Slack has become bigger than the company ever imagined - and its adoption by Dev teams of all sizes is a major reason. Yes, Slack is used in pretty much every department and discipline these days, but software engineering is where it all started. Engineering is still the source of a lot of the user love that keeps them coming to work smiling.

This eBook is a quick introduction to some of the ways Slack helps developers. It explains why software engineers seem to like Slack so much and how Slack could benefit your own teams. 

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