Regression bugs may sound less serious than security bugs, but they have the potential to cause critical issues if they’re not spotted early and prevented. Join our upcoming webinar on July 11th, 11-11:45am BST, to hear Diffblue’s James Wilson discuss the game-changing impact of automated testing for preventing regression bugs.
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.
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.”
From the Incubator within Oxford Sciences Innovation to 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.
To our regular visitors, you may have noticed a lot few changes to our website, including this new revamped blog.
We’ve just launched a demo version of our product to give developers a quick way to get their hands on our product. Here I’d like to give a walkthrough of the key capabilities