Saturday 22nd April, 2017
2:00pm to 2:50pm
Reviewing your peers' code is a critical part of working on a team - it helps prevent bugs and can give you understanding of parts of the application you haven't worked on. The key is knowing what to look for in a code review - and then communicating your thoughts in an effective way. In this session, we'll look at example PRs and practice reviewing them to get the best results.
Software Engineer (LAMP) focused on CI/Quality (Behat/PHPUnit), Wife of @lostkiwi, & Mom to 2 children and 3 dogs. bio from Twitter
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