What to Look for in a Code Review
What to Look for in a Code Review
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What to Look for in a Code Review

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Completed on 2016-01-25

About the Book

A series of tips on what to look for when doing code reviews, including aspects of testing, security, performance and more. The book is a compilation of blog posts on the same topic available on the Upsource blog

About the Author

Trisha Gee
Trisha Gee

Trisha has developed Java applications for a range of industries, including finance, manufacturing and non-profit, for companies of all sizes.  She has expertise in Java high performance systems, is passionate about enabling developer productivity, and dabbles with Open Source development. Trisha blogs regularly on subjects that she thinks developers and other humans should care about, she’s a leader of the Sevilla Java User Group, a key member of the London Java Community, a MongoDB Master and a Java Champion. She believes we shouldn't have to make the same mistakes again and again, and as a Developer Advocate for JetBrains she can share all the cool stuff she's discovered so far.

Table of Contents

  • JetBrains Technical Series
    • About this book
  • About the author
  • Introduction
    • What do you look for when reviewing someone else’s code?
    • What should you look for
  • Tests
    • Ask yourself these questions
    • Reviewers can write tests too
    • Summary
  • Performance
    • Performance Requirements
    • Calls outside of the service/application are expensive
    • Using resources efficiently and effectively
    • Warning signs a reviewer can easily spot
    • Correctness
    • Code-level optimisations
    • Summary
  • Data Structures
    • Lists
    • Maps
    • Sets
    • Stacks
    • Queues
    • Why select the right data structure?
    • Summary
  • SOLID Principles
    • What is SOLID?
    • Single Responsibility Principle (SRP)
    • Open-Closed Principle (OCP)
    • Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP)
    • Interface Segregation Principle (ISP)
    • Mino Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP)
    • Summary
  • Security
    • Automation is your friend
    • Sometimes “It Depends”
    • Understand your Dependencies
    • Summary
  • Upsource Quick Wins
    • Navigation
    • Inspections
    • Exception Handling Issues
    • Probable Bugs
    • Code can be simplified
    • Unused Code
    • Summary

About the Publisher

This book is published on Leanpub by JetBrains

We help developers work faster by automating common, repetitive tasks to enable them to stay focused on code design and the big picture. We provide tools to explore and familiarize with code bases faster. Our products make it easy for you to take care of quality during all stages of development and spend less time on maintenance tasks. 

Our JetBrains Technical Series of books focuses on general computer science topics as well as tooling.

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