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InfoQ Reading List

Presentation: Scaling Infrastructure Engineering at Slack

Julia Grace was asked to build Slack’s first Infrastructure engineering organization in August 2016. The company was 2 years old and they were approaching the scalability limits of the original infrastructure. Things were starting to break in strange and unpredictable ways. She discusses the architectural and organizational challenges, mistakes and war stories of 2.5 years that followed.

By Julia Grace

Presentation: Practices of the Vital Organization

Richard Atherton explores how to achieve vitality in an organization, discussing the philosophy and practices that lead to creativity, resilience and human flourishing at work.

By Richard Atherton

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