This talk is about the general expansion from 4 founders to 400+ engineers: release, testing, code reviews, changes to the source base including gradual typing, progressive service orientation, and more!
Keith Adams is Chief Architect at Slack. Since 2016 he has been busy improving Slack’s performance, reliability, and efficiency through an ongoing period of hypergrowth in usage and team size. He is a founder of the HipHop Virtual Machine, the PHP engine that powers Wikipedia, Facebook, Baidu and Slack. His work at Slack follows engineering roles at Facebook and VMware.