Code review (sometimes referred to as peer review) is a software quality assurance activity in which one or several people check a program mainly by viewing and reading parts of its source code, and they do so after implementation or as an interruption of implementation.
It can take days to review the code and implement all peer comments on the remote, so the code becomes outdated and can cause conflicts which significantly increases time to market.
And let's go!
Check all the CI processes run correctly
Check the PR name and description
Check the code itself (time depends on the PR size)
Leave comments under the code where needed. Explain your comments in video
- Once you’re done, attach the video link to the description of your PR and update the PR status to Approved/ Request Changes/ Comments.