How AI can be leveraged to streamline workflows and improve productivity in software development.
The potential implications of AI on correctness and bug fixing in software development.
How AI models can improve with human feedback and lead to innovation.
The potential impact of AI on the incentives for creating new frameworks, libraries, and languages in the software development industry.
About 10 years ago Luca dropped out of his PhD in CS, co-founded a venture-backed startup in Italy, and started guiding engineering teams when I arguably couldn’t guide himself.
Founder of refactoring.club. Refactoring is a weekly newsletter on how to write great software and work well together. His articles are read by more than 30,000 subscribers every week, including engineers and managers of fast-growing startups and companies such as Google, Meta, and Amazon.
CEO of Lemon.io
He founded Coding Ninjas in 2015 with the idea of creating an Uber for web development. You publish a project, and the next free (pre-vetted) developer picks it up. While the model sounded nice, scaling such a business was utopian. They changed their direction and rebranded to lemon.io and now they select startups with carefully vetted engineers. Before that, he had 2 failed attempts to build a business: AdSense for images and local ads in Ukraine. Before that, he was the head of sales in an SEM agency with a staff of 100 people. He also shares his experience on Twitter.
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