The skills shortage in the IT jobs market has been well documented and debated, with many organisations struggling to find the staff they need. However, AI, automation, and machine learning technologies could be about to tip the balance in the market place.
At Crimson’s Innovation Conference, Alex Omeyer, CEO of developer tools creator Stepsize, will be discussing how AI and machine learning can tackle the hugely expensive problem of software knowledge bottlenecks within organisations.
What happens when a key individual that has knowledge of all your code unexpectedly leaves your organisation? Hire a series of experts to unravel the complex make-up of your systems?
Stepsize has created a desktop application for developers that uses AI to automatically adds context to code bases, simplifying and accelerating the coding process. What does this invention mean for developers’ job prospects?
Alex believes no more time nor expense should be wasted on deciphering old code. At Crimson’s conference, he will explain why automated software development and smart code are the future.
Alex’s career in technology started at VC-backed start-ups IOVOX and then DueDil where he focused on business development. The multiple start-ups and projects Alex worked on with the team with whom he later co-founded Stepsize, forged him into a self-taught developer and led him down the path of artificial intelligence. Specifically, how it could be used to radically simplify software development. Stepsize went through the Virgin Media x Techstars accelerator in 2016 and since has attracted investments from some leading Angel investors and VCs.
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