The Zen of Code Reviews: Review As If You Own the Code

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 07 Mar 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A code review is a serious business; an essential part of development. Whoever signs off on a code review agrees, essentially, that they would be able to support it in the future, should the original author of the code be unavailable to do it. Review code with the energy you'd use if you owned the code. Michael Sorens runs through the principles of reviewing C# code....

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