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Interview with Adam Smith, Founder and CEO of Kite

“Kite’s mission is to automate away the tedious parts of programming”

We spoke to Adam Smith, founder and CEO of Kite, the AI-powered coding assistant that uses models trained on 40 million open source code files. See how Kite helps developers code smarter and faster, how it handles data privacy, and what’s in store for the future of using deep learning for code.

Critical AIOps elements

Five Trends Driving the Next Wave of AI and AIOps

What does the future of AI and AIOps hold? Will Cappelli, CTO EMEA and Global VP of Product Strategy at Moogsoft outlines the five biggest trends affecting AI and AIOps today and why IT organizations should track their development and their implications.

Driving innovation

Why agile teams drive digital transformation

A team must be agile if they are to drive such innovation and still be effective and disruptive in a challenging environment. These key attributes will ultimately push organisations towards their digital transformation and long-term goals

The key to business advantage

The Call for Bigger and Better Digital Experiences

The sense of urgency around producing and delivering digital experiences is growing. What can organizations do to boost success? See what data Progress found when they conducted a survey about planning and execution of digital experience initiatives.

Profile: Rayna Stamboliyska, VP for Governance and Public Affairs at YesWeHack

Women in Tech: “Equal pay; less gendering, more mentoring”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Three years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Rayna Stamboliyska, VP for Governance and Public Affairs at YesWeHack.

The only constant is change

Best practices in deployment have evolved

The tools have changed, and so have the “best practices”. What once was hard and expensive can become easier and cheaper (and, sometimes, what was once easy and cheap can become hard and expensive). That means “best practices” have to evolve with them.