Krenovator Technology Sdn. Bhd. has announced the launch of its latest product, an AI coding assistant called “Abraham,” on its digital Tech Talent Platform. The platform, which offers free coding and training modules, aims to help users improve their coding skills more efficiently and effectively.

Abraham provides real-time feedback and suggestions, helping users complete unfinished code and detect any syntax or semantic errors in their code. With the new tool, users can create new software much faster than traditional methods. The intelligent coding assistant is available for users at no charge.

Mahadhir Yunus, CEO of Krenovator, said, “We are thrilled to introduce Abraham to the world. Our objective is to offer targeted assistance to developers worldwide so that they can create high-quality and innovative solutions.”

Currently, Abraham supports full-stack programming and covers 17 popular programming languages and frameworks, including frontend, backend, database, API, Angular, DevOps, Flutter, .NET, PHP, Python, Java, and Javascript. Krenovator is working on expanding the list.

Mahadhir explained, “Whether it’s a junior coder trying to fix a bug or a senior software engineer wanting to inspect their codes, Abraham can assist 24/7. We see that Abraham has the potential of becoming the first line support assistance when it comes to coding.”

Krenovator plans to introduce an enterprise version of the AI coding assistant in the future. The company has also partnered with Coursera to allow users to obtain certification.

With more than 3,000 tech talents from Malaysia and Indonesia combined, the Tech Talent Platform is a valuable resource for those looking to learn to code. By introducing Abraham, Krenovator hopes to revolutionize the way people learn to code, making it more accessible and efficient for everyone.

Mark Ko

Mark Ko

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