How does AI help software developers? What are the reliable AI-powered coding assistants besides the world-famous OpenAI’s ChatGPT? How do those assistants affect efficiency and code quality? And what does Generative AI hold for the future of programming?
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Pavlo Yalovol, Intetics Vice President of Innovation, delved into those questions in the recent publication titled “AI-Powered Coding Assistants—Friend or Foe for Developers?“. The article is featured in the “Decade in Tech” issue of the ITID Lviv Journal.
In the article, you’ll discover:
- Overview of the 10 specialized AI-driven development plugins;
- Examples of how AI assistants can be in the developer’s work;
- How Intetics implements AI tools in software development projects;
- Impact of AI assistants on engineers’ productivity: industry numbers vs. our engineer’s assessment;
- The prospects of software development amidst advancing AI technologies.
“Nearly half of all developers use one or more AI-based assistants. The most popular in our company is GitHub Copilot, mainly due to the fact that a significant part of our code is stored on GitHub. ChatGPT is following closely in popularity.
To promote and use these tools, we’ve organized a series of webinars where our colleagues share their experiences using AI-powered plugins in programming.”Pavlo Yalovol, VP of Innovation, Intetics
You can access the full text by the link (pages 26-31).
Spoiler: we don’t envision the future of software development without the use of AI assistants by programmers. Today, they have excellent capabilities and can significantly simplify the engineers’ work.
Have you ever worked with AI-driven plugins for programming? Feel free to share your insights and experience with AI-powered coding assistants.
About ITID Lviv
ITID Lviv is a quarterly print publication created to inspire and share achievements in the IT sphere. Since 2017, it has been issued by the Lviv IT Cluster, a community of IT companies in Ukraine, of which Intetics is an honored member.
The magazine has a circulation of 3,000 copies distributed free of charge across Lviv’s main facilities with an embarked mission to show the historical and touristic city from a different angle—a fast-growing tech hub in Ukraine and Eastern Europe.