Translating Source Code into Natural Language with AI

Software engineering collaboration is hard. Software engineers spend more than 70% of their time learning about their own team’s source code. The size, change & intricate dependencies...

Ruben Burdin
March 12, 2020
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The Science of Asynchronous Collaboration

The Science of Asynchronous Collaboration

In The Science of Asynchronous Collaboration, CEO and Co-founder of Quod AI Herve Roussel shares his thoughts on the practices to enable effective remote collaboration among engineering teams.
Quod AI
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The Key to Enhancing the Developer Experience

The Key to Enhancing the Developer Experience

Nowadays, customer experiences are frequently mediated through digital channels. At the root of the digital experience is software. However, in the process of building and delivering products catered towards providing the digital experience, some things are neglected--including the developers behind much of the software development work.
Quod AI
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How to Foster Better Remote Engineering Collaboration

How to Foster Better Remote Engineering Collaboration

It’s easy for software engineers to code, build, and deploy remotely. But it’s much harder for software engineers to brainstorm and collaborate remotely. What has been the impact of remote on engineering collaboration? And what can engineering leaders do to empower their engineers to be more effective with remote collaboration?
Quod AI
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