Computer code generation has always been the Holy Grail of computer science and every software developer has at least once wondered if computers will one day be able to write programs themselves. Many believe that we are decades-away from the time when programs may start to outsmart their creators, but today we are arguing that the tipping point is near, and Poodle, the Python extension for automated programming presented in this talk is already bringing exponential productivity benefits to software development. After this talk you will be able to create software with the complexity that you previously thought impossible to build.
Vlad Goloshuk is the Founder at CriticalHop, the startup that uses “impossible automation” to solve IT infrastructure challenges. Vlad is AI evangelist and the author of Mastercard’s blockchain technology to process refunds. He is a former Network Infrastructure consultant at UniCredit Bank, Bank of Ireland, and Irish Government. Former Sr. Network Analyst at MasterCard.
The recent Vlad’s initiatives included applying automated programming in Python to optimize data-driven sales development processes with internally developed open source tool, called Poodle https://github.com/criticalhop/poodle
Andrew Gree is the Founder and CTO at CriticalHop inc (Kalc.io), the startup that uses “impossible automation” to solve IT infrastructure challenges. Andrew is ex-CTO of Phantom Auto, the self-driving car technology company, Co-founder of Cubic.ai one of the first voice assistants, author of vtrunkd, the open-source inverse multiplexing daemon used by SpaceX. He is also the author and contributor of various computer software projects, including interpreters, compilers and automated planning systems.
Andrew is AI evangelist and author of Poodle, the Python extension for automated programming. https://github.com/criticalhop/poodle