29 min

Empowering Developers with AI Tools Open at Intel

    • Technology

In this episode, we dive into Codium, an AI-powered coding platform designed to assist developers throughout the software development lifecycle, especially in testing, code review, and documentation. Dedy Kredo, one of Codium's co-founders, explains the unique features and benefits of the platform, comparing it to other tools like GitHub Copilot. The discussion also touches on Codium's adaptability for test-driven development and its flexible deployment options, highlighting the importance of security and configuration. Additionally, the significance of the Intel Ignite startup program and the impact of AI hype on Codium's rapid growth are discussed. Listeners will gain insights into Codium's open-core model and open-source projects, including the Alpha Codium research project.
00:00 Introduction00:13 What is Codium?01:35 Comparison with Other AI Coding Tools03:01 Test-Driven Development and Codium05:40 Customization and Configuration08:17 Deployment Options and Security11:11 Intel Ignite Program Experience13:45 Impact of AI Hype on Business17:02 AI-Assisted Development and Semi-Automation17:43 Improving Code Quality and Productivity18:33 Challenges and Opportunities in AI for Software Development20:27 Adopting AI Tools in Development Teams24:07 Open Source Projects and Community Engagement28:11 Conclusion and Future Prospects
Guest:


Dedy Kredo is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of CodiumAI, leading the product and engineering teams to empower developers to build software faster and more accurately through the use of artificial and human intelligence.
Before founding CodiumAI, he served as VP of Customer Facing Data Science at Explorium, where he built and led a talented data science team and played a key role in the company's growth from seed to series C.Previously, he was the founder of an online marketing startup, growing it from a bootstrapped venture to millions in revenue. Before that, he spent seven years in Colorado and California as a product line manager at VMware's management business unit. During this time, he worked closely with Fortune 500 companies and successfully launched several new products to market.

In this episode, we dive into Codium, an AI-powered coding platform designed to assist developers throughout the software development lifecycle, especially in testing, code review, and documentation. Dedy Kredo, one of Codium's co-founders, explains the unique features and benefits of the platform, comparing it to other tools like GitHub Copilot. The discussion also touches on Codium's adaptability for test-driven development and its flexible deployment options, highlighting the importance of security and configuration. Additionally, the significance of the Intel Ignite startup program and the impact of AI hype on Codium's rapid growth are discussed. Listeners will gain insights into Codium's open-core model and open-source projects, including the Alpha Codium research project.
00:00 Introduction00:13 What is Codium?01:35 Comparison with Other AI Coding Tools03:01 Test-Driven Development and Codium05:40 Customization and Configuration08:17 Deployment Options and Security11:11 Intel Ignite Program Experience13:45 Impact of AI Hype on Business17:02 AI-Assisted Development and Semi-Automation17:43 Improving Code Quality and Productivity18:33 Challenges and Opportunities in AI for Software Development20:27 Adopting AI Tools in Development Teams24:07 Open Source Projects and Community Engagement28:11 Conclusion and Future Prospects
Guest:


Dedy Kredo is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of CodiumAI, leading the product and engineering teams to empower developers to build software faster and more accurately through the use of artificial and human intelligence.
Before founding CodiumAI, he served as VP of Customer Facing Data Science at Explorium, where he built and led a talented data science team and played a key role in the company's growth from seed to series C.Previously, he was the founder of an online marketing startup, growing it from a bootstrapped venture to millions in revenue. Before that, he spent seven years in Colorado and California as a product line manager at VMware's management business unit. During this time, he worked closely with Fortune 500 companies and successfully launched several new products to market.

29 min

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