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Response to “The State of Github’s Code Reviews”

Justin Abrahms has written an article discussing the current state of code reviewing when using Github. GitHub, the current de facto standard for this [code language=”reviews”][/code] , is letting us down. This is a huge WTF for me. Github isn’t the standard; gerrit, reviewboard, rietveld are. I like how issuesRead More

follow_redirects

follow_redirects I wrote a small utility tool for following HTTP redirects. Needed it for testing the redirects from a desktop site to a mobile site and for testing redirections when using URL shortening services. Came in handy and let me learn how to use the Python Requests library which isRead More

Nice article on the importance of code reviews

Found a nice article on the importance of collaborative code reviews: Studies show peer code review is the most effective method for finding defects. One analysis of more than 12,000 software projects said code reviews hit 60% efficiency for defect detection while unit tests were only 25% efficient. For every hourRead More