From the Incubator within Oxford Sciences Innovation our own space in the heart of Oxford, here’s our take on the popular “New Year, New Me”. Only our ‘Me"‘ is an 18,000 sq ft office.
Hear more about Yumi’s experience as a QA, her career progression and what she enjoys about working at Diffblue.
Learn about Diffblue Microservice Testing, a Diffblue Labs product that automatically generates regression tests for service and microservice applications. In this post we highlight some exciting early test results.
Hear more about Chris’ experience as a researcher, developer and now team lead and what he enjoys about working at Diffblue.
To our regular visitors, you may have noticed a lot few changes to our website, including this new revamped blog.
At Diffblue, we’re ready to take our expansion plans to the next level and are now recruiting for a largely expanded marketing and sales team.
We recently moved from the Incubator within OSI after taking over a large part of it .
We’re moving out of the OSI office after growing up here. Thanks everyone for having us and accommodating our Lego blocks based meeting rooms and walls!
Developers loathe testing. Multiple layers of integration coupled with difficult deployment rules mean that this once-simple process has become cumbersome. But despite its ‘unsexy’ reputation, testing is too important to ignore. This is especially true when we consider emerging technologies. The code base for a self-driving car will have no room for error