This post discusses some code review basics - concepts and inspection ideas that one might use when performing a code review. A code review is a technical verification activity. The purpose is most often to identify coding errors against the design intent - one is verifying that the code actually accomplishes what that author intended. We might describe the activity as "verifying correctness" of the implemented code. The particular inspection tasks one might use are listed later in this post.
There are many methods one can use to assure the quality of a distinct unit of code - code review is just . . .
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