At Symbolica we’re building a cloud-hosted symbolic execution service. Symbolic execution lets you explore every reachable state of your program so that you can write tests without worrying about missing any edge cases. As a bonus we also automatically detect if any states can cause invalid memory access and other undefined behaviours, like divide by zero, without you having to write any additional tests.

The core of our symbolic executor is open source and this week we got to chat with Jackson Kelley for the latest edition of the Console newsletter about our project. We talk about our backgrounds and influences and get into the details of some of the technical challenges that we’ve been tackling as we continue to build Symbolica.

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