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A Code Review (peer review) is the process of managing changes in the source codebase. It’s part of the git workflow which can be ignored (when direct pushes to branches, like master, are allowed) or reduced to almost automatic merges. Usually we like to perform code reviews not only for direct changes to the codebase, but also for design evolution and obtaining/sharing knowledge.

Why Code Reviews

Spending time on Code Review has the following benefits:
- Ensure code satisfies requirements (does what it has to do compare to ticket description, modeling, etc)
- Ensure code meets standards
- Find bugs before code reaches users
- Share knowledge

Aliaksandr Arashkevich

CEO & Enterprise Architect at REDNAVIS

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