Grammarly for Developers?

AI tools for code review and bug patching are getting better and better. A Zurich-based company DeepCode claims that they developed a “Grammarly for developers”, a tool that looks a lot like familiar code vetting apps in use today, and is intended to mesh easily into developer’s “normal, everyday workflow”. Their website shows examples of Java code with automatically generated suggestions for its improvement. An internal analysis shows that DeepCode catches four times more errors than any other tool they tested, without a notably high false-positive rate. Link

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