Room 3 

11:40 - 12:40 


Talk (60 min)

👍 Looks GREAT To Me: Getting Past Bare Minimum Code Reviews

Ah code reviews. We need them, but we dread them. We do them, but not well. How do we deal with gigantic PRs? Why can't we write effective code review comments? How do we make code reviews shorter? Is SSDaaRB (Single Senior Developer as a Reviewer Bottleneck) something we just have to accept?

Continuous Delivery

In this talk, I'll not only answer these questions, but give you actionable advice on how to improve your code review today!

I want to tell you:
- All the things you're doing wrong in your code review, both as an author and as a reviewer
- How to fix all those wrong things
- What we can do to make code reviews WAY better

Let's change the way we do code reviews. Let's do better than LGTM 👍 -- let's make the code review processes on our teams great!

Adrienne Braganza Tacke

Adrienne is a Filipina software engineer, international speaker, author of Coding for Kids: Python, and a LinkedIn Learning instructor...essentially, an overachiever. She's currently writing "Looks Good To Me: Constructive Code Reviews", a labor of love that she hopes will improve code reviews everywhere. Most importantly, she spends way too much money on coffee, desserts, and vintage clothing and ungodly amounts of time playing Age of Empires II.