How did Goldman Sachs double the code coverage for one of their legacy applications overnight?

How did Goldman Sachs double the code coverage for one of their legacy applications overnight?

The Quality Assurance Engineering (QAE) team at Goldman Sachs was searching for a way to efficiently boost code coverage without increasing manual effort. Using Diffblue Cover, Goldman Sachs doubled code coverage for one of their legacy applications—from 36% to 72%—in less than 10% of the time it would have taken to do manually. Read the full story.

5 Stranger Things about Computer Programming

5 Stranger Things about Computer Programming

A lot of people are software developers, which makes it seem like a totally normal thing to be able to type a few characters into a terminal and generate outcomes that run financial systems, control air traffic and power the world. But when you think about it more closely, programming as a concept is pretty mind-blowing. Here are a few of the stranger things out there about computers and software development.

Take on a juggling challenge created by Diffblue's AI for Code

Take on a juggling challenge created by Diffblue's AI for Code

Diffblue Playground is our free-to-use tool that demonstrates the AI behind Diffblue Cover by automatically creating unit tests for any Java code entered into it. A little known capability of this tool is that it can do more than help you juggle writing tests and developing new code—my colleague Jamie Munro and I have discovered that it can also be used to create brand new juggling tricks.