We’re pleased to announce that, Diffblue, creators of the world’s first fully autonomous AI-for-code software, have closed a strategic investment from Citi Institutional Strategic Investments. Our solution, Diffblue Cover, fully automates the writing of Java unit test code, which allows customers to ship higher quality software faster, with lower risk. Citi is a commercial partner of Diffblue.
Sandeep Arora, Head of Digital Client Channels and Emerging Capabilities for Citi, said, “Consistent with Citi’s strategy to invest in emerging technologies, we are excited to become a strategic investor in Diffblue.”
We’re very pleased to have the backing of Citi. The Citi team is solving some big software challenges and they are among the most sophisticated and forward looking of the major banks in their approach to using AI.
One of Diffblue’s major advantages – and unique value proposition – is that our product can work fully autonomously, writing complete test programs at large scale. While Diffblue Cover can write tens of thousands of lines of correct test code an hour, tools based on LLMs can only operate at the speed of the developer checking and correcting the code they suggest.
To see a demo of Diffblue Cover, please visit here. Experts at Diffblue will schedule a convenient time to show you how Diffblue Cover can:
- Speed up modernization of your Java applications;
- Protect your code from regressions;
- Ship code with fewer customer-found defects;
- Make life easier for your development teams;
- Reduce the risk of code breakages in fragile applications;
- Maximize unit test coverage;
- Get new insights into your code’s testability and health
Java Developers using IntelliJ who would like to try Diffblue Cover can download the free Diffblue Community Edition from the plugin marketplace, or get a trial of the full product here.