London, 24 May, 2019 - University of Oxford spin-out Diffblue has announced today that its flagship product, Diffblue Cover, is available to buy or use in a 5-day free trial on the AWS Marketplace. Diffblue Cover uses AI to automatically write comprehensive unit tests for Java applications. Its presence on the AWS Marketplace will allow organizations to easily try and use Diffblue for their Java software development and testing needs in AWS.
Phone service providers losing data or voice connections. Banks not being able to process transactions. Chaps not being able to transfer funds. Squarespace not being able to display anyone’s website. What do all these issues have in common? To start with, they are all issues that sprung to mind when thinking about customer issues. Which means, these are all issues that customers took to social media or mainstream news to complain about.
We’ve just closed our first CrowdChat discussing software speed and quality, AI and automation. We were thrilled to be joined by an audience of 47 tech specialists from around the world, reaching over 100,000 people, with nearly 200 comments shared in the space of an hour. Thanks to everyone who tuned in live and took part!
Diffblue will be hosting our first ever CrowdChat on May 15th at 3:30pm BST. The theme for this CrowdChat is a challenge we’ve all encountered: “Accelerating Software Engineering without Compromising on Quality.”
When discussing code coverage with people, particularly outside the TDD community, I often hear them talk about 80% Code Coverage. This is particularly true for legacy code bases. I have also in a previous role been given this as a target. As with many metrics and targets, the question “why” is the most interesting. Or phrased another way, what is the intent behind the goal?