Code Reviews and fishing


In a recent post from his blog, Premier Developer Consultant Jim Blizzard discussed the human side of code reviews…


Years ago, before I joined Microsoft, a team at one of the companies I worked for decided to start doing code reviews. This was back before modern IDEs that would show you side by side code comparisons with color highlighting of the proposed changes. And before VSTS which allows you to annotate the code that you’re looking at — add questions, notes, or recommendations about the code you’re reviewing — which is kept as metadata for the code. All good stuff.

Continue reading on Jim’s blog…

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