AI-assisted software delivery refers to the utilization of artificial intelligence to assist, enhance, or automate various phases of the software development lifecycle. AI can be used in numerous aspects of software development, from requirements gathering to code generation to testing and monitoring. The overarching aim is to streamline software delivery, reduce errors and, ideally, reduce the time and costs associated with software development.
Birgitta Böckeler is the Global Lead for AI-assisted Software Delivery at Thoughtworks and she joins us in this episode. We discuss how the latest advances in large language models are revolutionizing software development.
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Statsig is a feature management and experimentation platform that helps engineering teams ship faster. The product is so unique because it combines modern feature flags with automated A/B testing. This means that engineers can automatically measure the impact of every feature they ship on all product metrics, using advanced statistical methods.
Companies like Vercel, Notion, Brex, Whatnot, and Vanta use Stasig to ship features faster and safer. You can both avoid shipping bugs and negative features, and increase the lift in your core product metrics.
Statsig has a super developer-friendly free tier for feature flags, plus simple, flat-rate pricing for enterprises feature flag packages. If you’re using LaunchDarkly, Split or another company that charges you a ton for simple feature flags, you should check Statsig out! Visit statsig.com/softwaredaily to learn more.