All software requires testing and today, automated tests are requirements for making scalable web apps. Well funded tech teams spend 20-30% of their time writing and maintaining automated tests. However, developers just don’t like spending time on writing tests instead of working on exciting new core features – in a Reddit poll, 75% of developers said they hate writing tests and would prefer working on the core codebase instead. Because of these reasons, we decided to create Pythagora – an open source tool that creates automated integration tests by analyzing server activity without you having to write a single line of code. Now, developers can reduce those 20-30% of time to 0.2% by letting Pythagora create tests instead of them. In this presentation, I will go over how Pythagora works, how are we building a brand around an open source tool and what is next for Pythagora.