Introducing Nebula, an open source scalable overlay networking tool with a focus on performance, simplicity and security.
This is the first in a series of posts describing the everyday life of Engineers in different parts of Slack’s ecosystem.
Our quest to streamline product development, improve productivity, and automatically adopt best performance practices on the frontend.
Two years ago, I wrote a post about Libslack, Slack’s shared C++ client library. That post described how Slack used the Libslack library in its mobile…
More than just CSS, dark mode represents a new way of thinking about color and styles at Slack.
Building shared channels challenged Slack’s fundamental assumption that the workspace is the atomic unit of partitioning customer data.
A group of engineers, designers, and writers began to centralize and standardize components. We named it Slack Kit.