Code Review is a normal practice and it’s in almost every Software Industry’s DNA. We’ve been conditioned with the idea that it’s always good to have a second set of eyes look at your work prior to production movement.
Writing and reviewing code is no exception. It’s pretty easy to forget minor things like proper variable initializing, disposing and freeing up resources at the end of execution and many more things. Therefore, having someone review your work only makes sense. In fact, it makes so much sense that software departments formalized the process, calling it “code review.”
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