Code Reviews are a Failure

  • Find bugs further downstream
  • Propagation of Knowledge
  • Team Ownership
  • Double check functionality/architecture
  • Reviews languishing in a “Ready for Review” state
  • Drastic code architecture changes
  • Being “Approved” based on social standing of the developer opening the request

The Opposite of Code Reviews

The Advent of Code Reviews

  • Actually find bugs further downstream and upstream
  • Propagation of Knowledge throughout the team
  • Team Ownership of a feature
  • Double check functionality/architecture

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