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Informal review procedures were passed on from person to person in the general culture of computing for many years before they were acknowledged in print. The need for reviewing was so obvious to the best programmers that they rarely mentioned it in print, while the worst programmers believed they were so good that their work did not need reviewing. Daniel Freedman and Gerald Weinberg
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Software standards can be written down and distributed, but if no one talks about them or encourages others to use them, they won t be followed. Reviews are an important mechanism for giving programmers feedback about their code. The code, the standards, and the reasons for making the code meet the standards are good topics for review discussions. In addition to feedback about how well they follow standards, programmers need feedback about more subjective aspects of programming formatting, comments, variable names, local and global variable use, design approaches, theway-we-do-things-around-here, and so on. Programmers who are still wet behind the ears need guidance from those who are more knowledgeable. More knowledgeable programmers tend to be busy and need to be encouraged to spend time sharing what they know. Reviews create a venue for more experienced and less experienced programmers to communicate about technical issues. As such, reviews are an opportunity for cultivating quality improvements in the future as much as in the present. One team that used formal inspections reported that inspections quickly brought all the developers up to the level of the best developers (Tackett and Van Doren 1999).
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A concept that spans all collaborative construction techniques is the idea of collective ownership. In some development models, programmers own the code they write, and there are official or unofficial restrictions on modifying someone else s code. With collective ownership, all code is owned by the group rather than by individuals and can be modified by various members of the group. This produces several valuable benefits: Better code quality arises from multiple sets of eyes seeing the code and multiple programmers working on the code The risk of someone leaving the project is lower because multiple people are familiar with each section of code Defect-correction cycles are shorter overall because any of several programmers can potentially be assigned to fix bugs on an as-available basis
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21. Collaborative Construction
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Some methodologies like Extreme Programming recommend formally pairing programmers and rotating their work assignments over time. At my company, we ve found that programmers don t need to pair up formally to achieve good code coverage; over time, we achieve cross-coverage through a combination of formal and informal technical reviews, pair programming when needed, and rotating defect-correction assignments.
Collaboration Applies As Much Before Construction As After
This book is about construction, so reviews of detailed design and code are the focus of this chapter. However, most of the comments about reviews in this chapter also apply to estimates, plans, requirements, architecture, and maintenance work. By reading between the lines and studying the references at the end of the chapter, you can apply reviews to any stage of software development.
21.2 Pair Programming
Pair programming one programmer types in code at the keyboard, and another programmer watches for mistakes and thinks strategically about whether the code is being written right and whether the right code is being written. Pair programming was originally associated with Extreme Programming (Beck 2000), but it is now being used more widely (Williams and Kessler 2002).
Keys to Success with Pair Programming
The basic concept of pair programming is simple, but it nonetheless benefits from a few guidelines.
Support pair programming with coding standards Pair programming will not be effective if the two people in the pair spend their time arguing about coding style. Try to standardize what 5 refers to as the accidental attributes of programming so that the programmers can focus on the essential task at hand. Don t let pair programming turn into watching The person without the keyboard should be an active participant in the programming. That person is analyzing the code, thinking ahead to what will be coded next, evaluating the design, and planning how to test the code.
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