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Advent of Pull Requests Best Practice - Day 22

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    Nico Prananta
Advent of Pull Requests Best Practice - Day 22

In this final installment of my series on handling pull requests from less experienced developers, I present the last set of tips:

  • Code Redundancy: Be on the lookout for redundant code segments that can be streamlined into a single function or component. Code duplication not only makes maintenance more challenging but also raises the risk of inconsistencies.
  • Non-Compliance with Standards: Ensure that the submitted code aligns with your project's coding conventions and best practices. This covers aspects like naming rules, code organization, and adherence to principles such as DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) and KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid).
  • Excessive Complexity: Guard against overly complex solutions. Novice developers may introduce unwarranted abstractions or intricate patterns when a more straightforward approach would be adequate.

As I mentioned in the beginning of this series, it's crucial to remember that even seasoned developers can slip into basic errors. This underscores the value of code reviews, as they offer a platform for mutual learning within the team.

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