We know that code review is a very important part of the software development cycle. Also, it is one of the most difficult and time-consuming part of the software development process, often requiring experienced team members to spend time reading, thinking, evaluating and responding to implementations of new features.
It’s no surprise that endless “in review” columns in agile boards is one of the most common issues raised by software teams during sprint retrospectives.
To help our software development team empty those “in review” columns quickly, here are some guideline proposals for our pull requests.
First, let’s admit it: reviewing…
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