Time for a Reality Check: What AI Really Can't Do for Software Development 🤖❌

We're debunking AI myths in software development. Join us as we dissect and discard some of the most outlandish predictions.

Welcome to the new Bug Driven Developers this week! If you enjoy this post, forward it to your developer friends so they can join us.

Here’s what we got for you today:

  • Cringe AI takes

  • What Mark Zuckerberg thinks about Apple’s Vision Pro

  • Reviving an abandoned AI project to achieve $300,000 in gross bookings within 90 days

Let's start off this week by talking about what AI will NOT do for Software Development

A lot of people are talking about what AI will do for software development. The discourse is rife with predictions that range from insightful to downright ludicrous. So we've got a doozy for you today - a round-up of some of the most fantastical, cringe-inducing predictions about AI in software development.

Ready? Let's dive in👇

To some bean counter MBA this prediction may make a lot of sense, but to any software developer they know the following:

  1. It is pretty established that lines of code written is not a viable metric for measuring developer effectiveness / efficiency

  2. There is a lot more to being a software developer than just writing code

When you forget that with most tools you need to upgrade to paid tiers for full functionality👇

While it is now easier than ever to build and sell software, you can’t do it for free 🤡

Those were the two cringe takes we found to be the funniest, what’s yours? Let us know by responding to this email or via twitter.

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