Undo Joins the Vendor Forum
March 20, 2017
Pete Goldin

Greg Law, the Co-Founder and CEO of Undo, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Law is a coder at heart, but likes to bridge the gap between the business and software worlds. He has 20 years' experience in the software industry and has held development and management roles at companies including the pioneering British computer firm Acorn, as well as fast-growing start ups, NexWave and Solarflare. Law left Solarflare in 2012 to lead Undo as CEO and has overseen the company as it transitioned from the shed in his back garden to a scalable business. Law holds a PhD from City University, London.

Undo’s products help developers solve complex, real-world problems. Undo's record, rewind and replay technology enables Linux and Android developers to see exactly what their program did at every step in its execution, and its reversible debugging and recording technology allow problems to be fixed quickly and easily. Developers can now respond quickly to failures in production and test environments, increase their development productivity by at least 25% and improve software quality. Undo is a privately held company headquartered in Cambridge, UK.

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