Coding can be a complicated task to undertake. There are many different programming languages, frameworks, architectures and stakeholders all involved in the process of creating code. This can lead to issues with errors when attempting to write anything more complex than “Hello World!”. To address this problem, we have developed Stenography. Stenography is designed to reduce the difficulty that comes along with transferring code between humans. Although there are great tools for coders such as Git and IDEs, it’s still very difficult for those who aren’t technically minded to keep up with changes in coding standards. Our hypothesis is that language transformation holds the answer; by teaching language models how both code and human language works, we’re creating a bridge which allows everybody access into the world of coding regardless of their technical background or understanding. We’ve already seen some great examples of translations from code into human language – if you’d like to learn more about them then check out our website!