Code Review: the Small Things and the Big Stuff
Code review is an essential part of software development. It is a process where peers review code written by their colleagues to find bugs, ensure quality, and maintain code standards. Most new developers assume that the code review’s only purpose is to find bugs, but in reality, it is much more than that. It is a place to ask questions, to bring the code up to the team’s standard, and to check if the overall architectural decisions make sense.