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Frequently asked questions
How to identify a poor PR review process?
A "flashy review" occurs when a PR is hastily reviewed within seconds or minutes, indicating insufficient attention to the code. This may be caused by factors like long lines of code, biased team dynamics, or a rush to release. Another factor often overlooked without data is the percentage of unreviewed Pull Requests.
The presence of unreviewed PRs and flashy reviews may appear to expedite the PR review process and create an illusion of increased speed.
However, this approach can result in higher costs due to the introduction of production bugs and decreased team efficiency.
Are unreviewed PRs a good or bad sign of software feature release efficiency?
When PRs are merged without any review, it leads to a lot of buggy code being pushed into the applications. The user would have a poor experience with your software, resulting in customer attrition, an increase in incidents, and bugs in the code during quality control and testing.