On Code Reviews

There’s no such thing as perfect code

Reviewing Code is Not Writing Code

Delegate to Tooling Whenever Possible

Consistent Granularity

A Nit is Not Enough

Stop Typing and Have a Conversation

Build Trust

Request Changes is Not Personal

Find people to emulate

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Founder of Elementl (http://elementl.com). Working on Dagster (http://dagster.io). Ex-Facebook engineer. GraphQL co-creator.

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Nick Schrock

Nick Schrock

Founder of Elementl (http://elementl.com). Working on Dagster (http://dagster.io). Ex-Facebook engineer. GraphQL co-creator.

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