- The Code Review Pyramid
- How to do a code review
- Giving better code reviews
- How to Do Code Reviews Like a Human (Part One)
- How to Make Good Code Reviews Better
Google’s Engineering Practices documentation
I have been doing day-to-day code reviews for over a decade now. The benefits of code reviews are plenty: someone spot checks your work for errors, they get to learn from your solution, and the…
In my time as a developer, I have given hundreds of code reviews. It's something I learned to enjoy v...
Lately, I’ve been reading articles about best practices for code reviews. I notice that these articles focus on finding bugs to the exclusion of almost every other component of a review. Communicating issues you discover in a constructive and professional way? Irrelevant! Just identify all the bugs, and the rest will take care of itself.
The worst code review of my life and how you can avoid a similar fate.
When it comes to code reviews, it’s a common phenomenon that there is much focus and long-winded discussions around mundane aspects like code formatting and style, whereas important aspects (does the…
Once upon a time there was a guy on my team so weak that he was going to be fired (a developer! Fired!). Every comment of mine was another nail in his coffin.
After reviewing tens of thousands of lines of code, I noticed certain suggestions kept coming up over and over again, here are the top 3.
This is another post in our Code Health series. A version of this post originally appeared in Google bathrooms worldwide as a Google Testin...
I take code reviews very seriously. It’s one of the crucial processes for ensuring the spread of knowledge transfer and best practices…
Adapted and reworked from a talk originally given at RailsConf 2017.
How to survive, and thrive, in the sometimes-caustic world of code reviews.
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