SmartBear Collaborator Reduces Code Review Time by 50%
and Helps Discover Code Defects Earlier in the Development Lifecycle.
SmartBear Collaborator Supports System Architecture for Developing Sustainable Software by Helping Standardize Coding Patterns
To Accelerate Go-to-Market for New Healthcare Device,
Heart Test Laboratories Turns to SmartBear Collaborator
Address the issue of quality–before the product gets to QA
SmartBear Collaborator Helps Aimetis Reduce Software Defects by 90%
If you're going to participate in developing requirements and design documents, particularly ones with output, it's worth having peer review around them.
You have probably run into quality issues when your Agile organization is siloed by function and team. Often, this is even compounded by two more issues...
Let's take a look at some documentation that your group may be producing, and explore the idea of having peer review to go along with it. We'll look at an answer to the question, "what technical documents should you review?"
We reached out to hundreds of developers, across a wide variety of industries, and asked them to share advice for other developers. The question we wanted to answer was, “What is the best piece of advice you have for a developer or a team of developers to write better code?”