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Koality Helps Engineers By Eliminating Broken Builds And Making Test Suites Efficient

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Launching at Disrupt SF, Koality is a development tool that fills an important gap for engineering teams. It’s a seamless server-side application that sits between your startup’s repository and your engineers. Instead of submitting code to your repository, you push changes to Koality. The application will then run test suites before submitting to the repository, effectively ending broken builds and countless wasted hours.

“We all worked in software companies, and the most important pain point was broken builds,” co-founder and CEO Jonathan Chu told me in a phone interview before Disrupt. “It happens all the time and it was the most painful thing in our work. If you were working on the same code, you had no choice but to stop working until it was fixed” he continued.

Even though Koality is a very specific tool, it could greatly improve the overall productivity of a startup in two ways. There…

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Written by Larry Chiang

October 15, 2014 at 5:22 pm

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