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Slack is a great tool for team communications, and sometimes, we want to fit our existing company workflows and needs within it.
Best case scenario - you can do stuff with other systems, without ever leaving Slack.
The usual approach is - “Is there a Slack bot that can do X?” and you start looking for existing solutions.
And what happens in most of the cases is, you install a random app that kind-of covers your needs, but also adds a ton of other stuff that you don’t need.
And you miss a great opportunity to customize things to better fit your company / culture.
It turns out that you can quickly build your own Slack bot to fit your own specific needs!
In this training, we’ll explore:
- How to handle bot mentions and replies, using FastAPI.
- How to talk back with Slack.
- How to test your bot so you can make sure everything works smoothly.
- How to have some fun implementing the different bot behaviors!
Goals of this training:
- Show how to easily spin your own Slack bot with Python!
- Explore FastAPI along the way.
The training is beginner friendly.
Type: Training (180 mins); Python level: Beginner; Domain level: Beginner
Currently running HackSoft, a Python & Django focused development shop.
Currently running the "Python 101 Forever" course at HackBulgaria, which is aimed to preparing folks for their first programming job.
A programmer from ~10 years, studied Computer Science in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University.
Currently working on the Django Styleguide - https://github.com/HackSoftware/Django-Styleguide
GitHub - https://github.com/RadoRado/