Google Testing Blog: Code Health: Respectful Reviews == Useful Reviews


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DON’T: Criticize the person. Instead, discuss the code. Even the perception that a comment is about a person (e.g., due to using “you” or “your”) distracts from the goal of improving the code. Reviewer Don’t: Why are you using this approach? You’re adding unnecessary complexity.
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3 days ago by neotag
Fantastic guidelines for code reviews - thanks to @miah_ for bringing this article to my attention! https://t.co/k2OLrEt3WV
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14 days ago by aviflax
Favorite tweet:

Google's got some excellent guidelines, for healthy #codereview practices: https://t.co/3N3EW2wdKJ

— Robert Max Rees (@robertmaxrees) November 7, 2019
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15 days ago by pberry
Code Health: Respectful Reviews == Useful Reviews

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15 days ago by shakeel
This is another post in our Code Health series. A version of this post originally appeared in Google bathrooms worldwide as a Google Testin...
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15 days ago by bjtitus