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About Tesmon

Our journey first embarked on the mission to build a robust Production Monitoring solution. It was designed to be user-friendly, enabling users to create Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) through a simple drag-and-drop interface, aimed at asserting production workflows effectively.

However, it wasn't long before we encountered a pivotal realization: to truly serve and attract developers, we needed to integrate our platform into their entire testing lifecycle, not just focus on the endpoint of monitoring. This insight led to a significant pivot in our mission.

We expanded our vision to encompass a comprehensive testing platform, recognizing that developers sought tools that could seamlessly blend into their development processes without cumbersome sign-up or deployment processes. Addressing this need, we introduced Tesmon Desktop, designed to facilitate developers' work without disrupting their workflow, offering a glimpse into the value of our solution right from their local environment.

Yet, our evolution was far from over. The dawn of AI technology opened new avenues for simplification and innovation in the testing domain. We began questioning the conventional methodologies of test case writing. AI's capabilities in generating test cases were promising, but we envisioned a more radical approach: what if we could bypass the traditional process of code generation altogether? In the realm of testing, the objective is simple – given a specific input, ensure the correct output, devoid of complex conditional logic. This vision led us to a groundbreaking ambition: to eliminate the necessity of writing, generating, and managing test cases. Our aim with Tesmon has become to revolutionize the testing experience, making it effortlessly intuitive for developers. This guiding principle propels us to continually innovate, pushing the boundaries of what's possible in testing and monitoring within the software development lifecycle.

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Nagaraj Hatti Veerarajan


I started out as a hardware engineer at AMD, thinking it was my dream job after studying electrical engineering. But soon, I realized I loved software development more. This love for software took me to work at big names like Cisco, Apple, Snapchat, and Microsoft, where I was part of product teams. We spent a lot of time building tools and custom testing infra in-house for end-to-end testing. Seeing how much effort this took inspired me to create Tesmon, making it easier for developers to test their software.