Roy Paterson     David ShepherdLead Developer   Senior Developer
Roy Paterson     David ShepherdLead Developer   Senior Developer
Roy Paterson        David ShepherdLead Developer      Senior Developerroy@smartbear.com   @davidcshepherd
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webi...
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Dr. David Shepherd, from Tasktop, and Roy Paterson, from SmartBear, demonstrate the latest in code review best practices, task focused development, and how to make code reviews not suck. In addition to the discussing the challenges associated with traditional code review techniques. The video version contains an interactive task driven code review.

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  • [David]Code review meetingView code on board, projector, even printoutNo rich tool supportCan’t search for references, etc.Disconnect means that problems may slip through the cracks
  • [Roy]ExplanationGet code from SCM<animate>Create comments… not sure where to store thoseMust track mapping between code and commentsResolving comments can cause updates to code… making mappings harder<animate>Followup tasks must be created, introducing a third system..<animate>Would be nice to have metrics on the whole processProblems:Not supported by existing infrastructure of scm, issue tracker, build system, etc.Artifacts in at least three different places (scm, comment system, tasks)Mapping between artifacts quickly becomes difficultGathering metrics on whole process difficult since spread outSummary: Logistics can be a headache if not autmoated
  • [David]Working in IDECreate a review?Go to the webForced to leave the IDE, introducing friction
  • Code Reviews Don’t Have to Suck: Best practices to streamline code reviews in Eclipse (A Tasktop and CodeCollaborator Webinar)

    1. 1. Roy Paterson David ShepherdLead Developer Senior Developer
    2. 2. Roy Paterson David ShepherdLead Developer Senior Developer
    3. 3. Roy Paterson David ShepherdLead Developer Senior Developerroy@smartbear.com @davidcshepherd

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