I’ll be speaking at the Houston .NET User Group (HDNUG) this Thursday, October 12th, at 6:30pm:
Code Review: I mean no harm!
As part of the work I’ve been doing for many years, I get to do a lot of code review. I usually document things that come up doing a code review so I can share it with other developers in the teams. In this session, I share some of the code I’ve looked at, the reasons why the code raised yellow or red flags in my head, and possible solutions I’ve proposed.
This is a fun talk for me and I’ve received great feedback from those who have seen it recently. It’s also going to be the first HDNUG meeting hosted at the new Improving Houston office. So I’m excited!
Here’s the location:
10111 Richmond Ave, Suite 100, Houston, TX 77042
Click here for directions. There’s plenty of free parking right at the location. See you there!
UPDATE: If you attend this talk, please, give me feedback by following this link. It’ll be a big help so I can improve it.