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On my dev team, we're doing code reviews, however not in a proper way i believe.

The issues our process suffers from:

  1. Not enough time is allocated for proper code review.
  2. Doing reviews is not mandatory - many times it is simply not done.
  3. No tool is used, forcing devs to do reviews sittingDevs sit together for reviews, and not at their own spare freedue to lack of another easy mechanism for doing it "offline" without spending both developers' time.

My question is: can integration of a tool for code reviews improve the points mentioned above? Is it not needed?

I would love to hear from positive/negative experiences.

On my dev team, we're doing code reviews, however not in a proper way i believe.

The issues our process suffers from:

  1. Not enough time is allocated for proper code review.
  2. Doing reviews is not mandatory - many times it is simply not done.
  3. No tool is used, forcing devs to do reviews sitting together, and not at their own spare free time.

My question is: can integration of a tool for code reviews improve the points mentioned above? Is it not needed?

I would love to hear from positive/negative experiences.

On my dev team, we're doing code reviews, however not in a proper way i believe.

The issues our process suffers from:

  1. Not enough time is allocated for proper code review.
  2. Doing reviews is not mandatory - many times it is simply not done.
  3. Devs sit together for reviews, due to lack of another easy mechanism for doing it "offline" without spending both developers' time.

My question is: can integration of a tool for code reviews improve the points mentioned above? Is it not needed?

I would love to hear from positive/negative experiences.

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Code Review tools - to use or not?

On my dev team, we're doing code reviews, however not in a proper way i believe.

The issues our process suffers from:

  1. Not enough time is allocated for proper code review.
  2. Doing reviews is not mandatory - many times it is simply not done.
  3. No tool is used, forcing devs to do reviews sitting together, and not at their own spare free time.

My question is: can integration of a tool for code reviews improve the points mentioned above? Is it not needed?

I would love to hear from positive/negative experiences.