Why engineering teams love Slack - Free eBook

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Learn how to use Slack at every stage of the development cycle.

We don’t need to tell you that software engineering and development is a complex and multifaceted process. And even if teams are using lean or agile methodologies, it hardly matters if they don’t have the right tools to carry out these processes efficiently.

This free e-book is a quick introduction to some of the ways Slack helps software engineers and developers deliver more output, reduce context-switching, and save time on testing, iterating and resolving bugs. We hope it helps explain why software engineers seem to like Slack so much.

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