podcast March 26, 2021

Podcast 324: Talking apps, APIs, and open source with developers from Slack

We chat about Slack's open source SDKs, such as Bolt for Javascript, Python, and Java.
Avatar for Ben Popper
Director of Content

On this episode we chat with Shay DeWael and Steve Gill, two developers at Slack working on their open source tooling and developer education.

Episode Notes

Shay is a developer advocate building open source tools and writing education content. Outside of work she writes poetry, indulges fad hobbies, and reads whatever’s left out on the coffee table. 

Steve Gill a Developer Relations Manager, currently managing the SDK tools team at Slack. The tools teams develops all of our open sourced SDK, such as Bolt for JavaScript, Python, and Java. In his spare time, he enjoys playing ice hockey, woodworking and gaming.

You can find Shay on  LinkedIn and  Twitter

Learn more about Steve on LinkedIn and Twitter 

If you’re interested in Bolt, there is lots to learn here.

No lifeboat this week, but thanks to Alex for emailing us to ask: “alternatives to more better element usage?” If you have ideas, we’re all ears.

TRANSCRIPT

Tags: , , , ,

Related

The Overflow Newsletter Banner
newsletter April 2, 2021

The Overflow #67: Forget Moore’s Law. Algorithms drive technology forward

Welcome to ISSUE #67 of the Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams at Netlify. This week: inertial navigation, new research from MIT on who’s building our algorithmic commons, plus a conversation with Slack about APIs and open-source. From the blog Forget Moore’s Law. Algorithms drive…