Will Artificial Intelligence replace developers (part 2)?

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This is a part 2 of the overview of different AI solutions automating the programming process. The part 1 can be found here. Today I will describe another 5 "virtual developers".


Will Artificial Intelligence replace developers (part 1)?

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After 10 years of working for smaller and bigger companies I decided to join as Chief Scientific Officer a start-up called PlatformX. I'll not exaggerate saying that it's the most interesting and challenging project I've ever worked in. Our goal is to automate the process of developing software. In other words we want to create an artifical intelligence a.k.a. "virtual developer" that will be able to communicate with a human being in order to collect requirements and then will write, test and deploy a program according to these requirements. Nice, isn't it?


Never ever update an event. But why?

I heard and read a lot about Event Sourcing (ES) but earlier I hadn't had occasion to use it in the real-life system. This year I got this opportunity :) For many years I was working with traditional architectures so ES + CQRS + DDD is like a new world to me. Very refreshing experience! I've already learned a lot but I'm still learning and discovering new things. For example, not so long ago the versioning of events was "mysterious" for me.


.NET Developer Days 2017 - Grand finale

It's time to make the summary of .NET Developer Days 2017. Let's start with the organisation aspects. Here I'll shortly say it was simply good and I cannot complain. The good example showing that organisers really try to make everything ok is a fact that a friend of mine was able to register for the conference just one day before the event (what theoretically was not possible). Now let's move to the presentations. Here I have much more to write.


How did my presentation go?

Two weeks ago I gave the presentation about artificial intelligences that write programs. Now, I got results of the survey conducted after the presentation and I decided to share some data with you. Below you can see the summary. The participants could judge me in 4 categories and 14 of them decided to do that. (Thank you!). I think that there were around 30+ people in total in the room.