Room 340. Doors open at 5:30pm, pizza around 6pm, presentation starts around 6:15pm.
Let's talk about code reviews: where they work, where they fail, and -- most importantly -- how to make them better. In this talk, we'll go through small code samples and work together to make them better and more "pythonic." At the end of the talk we should have both better code and a better understanding of how to conduct productive code reviews. This is a talk for everyone but might be especially helpful for newbie coders, newbie pythonistas, and newbie code reviewers.
About the Speaker:
Sarah is an engineering manager and polyglot developer at Linode, a cloud hosting company based here in Philadelphia. When not nerding out over code, she is super passionate about the Philadelphia tech scene; Sarah's a co-organizer of Software as Craft Philly, PhillyPUG, and DevOpsDays Philadelphia. She's always on the lookout for Korean tacos and book recommendations.