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Hello guys! I like checklists. They help me to stay organized and not to forget things. I use a lot of checklists in my work. And I decided to share one of them for the code review. Also, you can use it as a self-check before putting on review which is good practice in my opinion. I created it mostly for QA, but I think developers will find something useful too. Let’s get started.

  1. Check if the code follows the code standard. Of course, it depends on the language that you are using. For example, for python, it is PEP8 (If you still don’t know it, it’s the exact time to learn it). Also, it could be a company/co-workers convention.

Write in the comments what would you add to the review checklist and what kind of checklist you would like me to create?

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