The Must-Attend

Open Infrastructure Event

The open infrastructure landscape is changing, and so is the Summit. Now that users are integrating dozens of open source tools into a modern stack that reaches well beyond the scope of OpenStack, we’re re-organizing the event to focus on specific problem domains like container infrastructure, edge computing and CI/CD and we are focusing on the hard work of integrating all of these tools developed in disparate communities. This is the essential work of 2018 and beyond, to ensure that open infrastructure is truly a viable path for operators.

  
Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

The Must-Attend

Open Infrastructure Event

Join the movement behind the most widely deployed open source cloud platform. Whether you are pursuing a private, hybrid or multi-cloud approach, the OpenStack Summit is the place to network, skill up and plan your cloud strategy.

  
Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


Effective Code Review

Developers usually state that finding defects is the primary motivation for doing code reviews. However, research has shown that the main benefits of code reviews are; knowledge transfer, team awareness and finding alternative solutions.

Code reviews when done well are more than just finding defects; it should be a discussion and conversation with other developers about finding the best solutions. We will talk about re-framing code review to encourage open discussions.

This talk is for everyone that is already involved in regular code review and those hoping to start. I will talk through the code review process with the aim of making it a better and more useful experience for both the authors and the reviewers.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn what researchers and other communities can tell us about code review. More importantly, they will learn how to get the most out of code review.

Wednesday, October 26, 5:55pm-6:35pm
Level: Beginner
Tags: 101 Community
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer
  Dougal is a Pythonista based in Glasgow, Scotland. He runs the local Python user group and regularly attends and organises community events. In OpenStack he primarilly works on TripleO and Mistral. FULL PROFILE