Breaking the Chains: Rethinking Peer Reviews in the Workplace

The ubiquitous use of pull requests in office environments has proven valuable for managing and reviewing code changes. However, a growing body of evidence suggests that overdependence on pull requests can hamper performance and hinder the development experience. This presentation seeks to unravel the challenges associated with excessive pull request reliance and proposes alternative strategies that foster efficiency, collaboration, and code quality.
Drawing from key issues such as context switching, communication bottlenecks, and weakened collective code ownership, this talk unveils the need for reinventing office pull request culture. A comparative analysis of methodologies, including Trunk Based Development, Pair Programming, and Mob Programming, will highlight the benefits of fostering more direct collaboration and continuous integration.

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Alvaro Jose Lorente Perez


A Coruña, Spain


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