The following are the original, unedited contributions for the book 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know’, which is available at O’Reilly Media , Amazon.com and your local book stores.
At Google, no code, for any product, for any project, gets checked in until it gets a positive review.
Everyone should do this. And I don’t just mean informally: this should really be a universal rule of serious software development. Not just product code – everything. It’s not that much work, and it makes a huge difference.
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