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How peer review leads to quality code

Jonathan Hassell | June 23, 2015
What if you could deploy resources you already have at your disposal to improve quality, get projects done earlier – with fewer errors and with less budget impact – by simply implementing a software quality control method that most likely already exists in other parts of your organisation?

Like any cultural change, it takes time. But with your executive sponsorship and buy-in, it can succeed. Your best developers will appreciate the fact that good quality code is the point of the exercise. Your junior coders may hone and improve their skills by virtue of seeing first-hand how more experienced programmers write. And you may save time and money by wasting fewer resources debugging errors, and getting more done in the process with the same headcount.

What's not to like?


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