Code audits are critical to preventing unstable code from being shared with the world or shipped to customers (gasp!), and they should be a part of any development team’s workflow.
Methodical evaluations of software code (aka code reviews, codebase audits, technology assessments, risk assessments, and peer reviews) help:
- Identify bugs and logic issues;
- Improve code quality;
- Create opportunities for developers to learn the source code;
- Spread knowledge across a team or organization; and
- Ensure a product and/or business is well-positioned to scale and succeed.
At Revelry, our software engineers are experts at reviewing code. Do you want to know how we do it? This guide explains everything, including 20-plus questions we ask and answer as we work through the process each and every time. Download it – or let’s connect and chat.
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