[Video 177] Derek Prior: Implementing a Strong Code-Review Culture

When you mention the term “code review” to many developers, they assume that it’s a chance to criticize them, to tell them how their code stinks, or that it’s riddled with bugs.  But code review can and should been seen as a chance for both participants in the process to learn from one another. In this talk, Derek Prior describes how a code-review session can become helpful and encouraging, rather than critical and frustrating.  Sure, there might be conflicts — but if the developers focus on the code, rather than the personal issues, then the code and the developers participating in the code review can all benefit.

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