Code Review is an integral process of software development that helps identify bugs and defects before the testing phase. Code review is often overlooked as an ongoing practice during the development phase, but countless studies show it's the most effective quality assurance strategy. Meetings end up taking more time than intentionally planned. Not having a set process in place means you don't actually know if your code reviews are effective or are even happening.
Regardless if it is your first or 500th time doing a code review, there may be certain questions that you need some advising on. Instead of searching through Google for a checklist or a guide, we've decided to create one for you! Collaborator, a peer code review tool, has set out to make the Code Review process easier, with these simple 12 steps to follow.
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