Software engineering is at a turning point. Software development is fundamentally changing due to advancing technologies, evolving user expectations, and the always-on nature of business. Consequently, companies are under increasing pressure to bring better products to market faster and cheaper than ever before.
Professor Daniel Kroening from the University of Oxford is pioneering tools to help companies meet these competing goals. His company Diffblue aims to revolutionize software engineering through AI for Code, and make developers and their teams wildly more productive.
AI is often the focus of media attention and developers are curious about how it can be applied to their jobs now and in the future. This is why we’ve decided to host a CrowdChat on May 15th with Professor Daniel Kroening and leading industry experts, including Dr. Venkat Subramaniam, author and professor of computer science at the University of Houston. Professor Daniel Kroening says, “We’re looking forward to hosting a discussion about the application of AI for code with participants, and answering your questions about the future of integrating AI into software development.”
Diffblue’s researchers are working to ensure that our AI for code is at a world-leading standard. Diffblue Cover, the company’s first product, uses AI for code to generate unit tests more quickly and thoroughly than is possible manually. As a tool that integrates seamlessly into the software development process, it helps developers build high-quality code with a clearer picture of how each new feature impacts the application as a whole. The future of code is an ever-relevant and exciting topic that lends itself to collaborative discussion, so we hope you’ll join our CrowdChat on May 15th.
On May 15th at 3:30pm BST we’re hosting a CrowdChat. If you’d like to take part, click here to register interest and add it to your calendar.
We look forward to seeing you there!