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Code Review Session


  • Observe a formal code review from Mobi
  • Participate in or observe less-formal code reviews by/from various members
  • Pair, hack, chat
  • Eat


Code reviews came up at a recent meeting, and spawned healthy discussion. Some of us work for companies that do formal code reviews. Some of us do informal code reviews, or pair program. Some of us don't do code reviews because we're a 1 man or woman show. Well, let's just cover all of our bases.

First, we'll have the opportunity to sit in on a Mobi Wireless formal code review, seeing the process they've used to great effect. After 15 minutes or so, we can slip out, allowing them to finish, while we head to another conference room to conduct reviews of each others' code, pair in the lounge, discuss code review strategies next to the espresso machine, etc.

In addition to providing the venue and code review, Mobi will be providing food and beverages.

We need volunteers! If you have some code you'd like someone to review, or if you are willing to be a reviewer of code, or both, please send an email to the mailing list, or send a message to any of the leadership team. We would like the reviewers to have access to the code at least 24 hours before the meeting, giving them a chance to analyze it so that they may provide valuable feedback.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Awesome discussion on Ruby style. I now know not to use 'self' whenever possible. =)

    December 1, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for coming out tonight, guys. Hope everyone had a good time and learned a lot. For those who didn't hear it at the event, Mobi is hiring for developer positions. If you're interested, send a note to [masked].

    November 30, 2011

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