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Welcome to Sapient.ai!

Hello Visionary Engineers,
It's an honor to welcome you to the Sapient workshop. I'm Rishi Singh, who once embarked on a journey to redefine CI/CD orchestration with the founding of Harness.io. Our vision was simple yet audacious: to transform the way features are deployed. Today, as a $4+ billion entity empowering tens of thousands, Harness stands as a testament to innovation and democratized software development.
Carrying forward this spirit of transformative change, I founded Sapient.ai. If Harness was about accelerating deployment, Sapient is our bold step towards redefining unit testing.
Our ambition is clear: to revolutionize how software engineers approach and execute testing, giving back what's most precious – time.
In this workshop, you're not just learning a new tool. You're stepping into a realm where AI not only complements your skills but elevates them. Sapient is designed to free you from the mundane, allowing your creativity to flourish in developing, not just testing.
This is more than a workshop; it's a glimpse into a future where unit testing is no longer a chore but a seamless, integrated part of your creative process. With Sapient, we're not just automating; we're enhancing, ensuring that every line of code upholds the highest standards of quality.
Your presence here reflects your commitment to excellence and a shared belief in the power of innovation. As we navigate through Sapient's capabilities together, envision a world where your talent is fully utilized in crafting remarkable software, unhindered by the limitations of traditional testing methods.
Thank you for joining this journey with us. Together, let's explore how Sapient can transform your daily coding experience and set new paradigms in software development.
To innovation, efficiency, and a future crafted by our collective genius!
Best,
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Rishi Singh
Founder, Sapient.ai


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