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Google's internal software systems have been capturing telemetry on literally everything their engineers do, for the last 25+ years...Which, stitched together, makes an awesome training dataset for a software engineering assistant. 😁
DIDACT (Dynamic Integrated Developer ACTivity) is a methodology for training machine learning models on the entire software development process, not just the end product. This approach allows the model to better understand and align with developers' workflows. Google's vast software development logs fuel DIDACT, providing a rich training dataset. Key features include:
Multi-task model covering activities like editing and debugging.
Development of three tools: Comment Resolution, Build Repair, and Tip Prediction, which received positive feedback from Google developers.
Use of a mini programming language, "DevScript," for expressing complex actions.
Capabilities include code clean-up, history-augmented code completion, and edit prediction.
In essence, DIDACT turns Google's software development activities into training demos for ML developer assistants, enhancing productivity and work quality for software engineers.
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