Hey guys! I am 100% stealing this idea from @brob , who is doing a very similar thing with design reviews. I submitted my personal blog for a design review from him and I think that video is coming out soon!
I really like reading code and seeing how different people solve problems differently! And I would love to take a look at some code and projects from the community and break them down and offer my insights.
If you give me a project to look at, I'll make you one of these code review video and post it here on dev.to and on my blog! I'll share any insights I have and always be constructive in my criticisms! I promise I won't bite!
Reach out to me! Shoot me an email or if you are reading this on dev.to, drop me a note in the comments!
Let me know if there are any specific parts of the code or functionality that you would like me to focus on!
I write Ruby and Rails full time right now and that is what I am probably best at code reviewing. I also would feel really comfortable doing Ruby and/or Rails code review.
I would also feel comfortable looking at HTML/CSS + JS Sprinkles for code review. I also have some experience with both the Rails Asset Pipeline, as well as Webpack and Webpacker (the Rails integration).
I haven't done a ton of either Node or frame worked frontend JS, though I have done a bit of React (via Gatsby) for my personal blog. I'm ok with doing JS review, just know I definitely have lots more JS to learn myself and I probably won't be familiar with your framework. I do have some experience with Typescript, so that would be cool too.
Rust is a language I am very much still learning! I have created a few small things in it, but nothing of any size. It might be fun to try looking at a Rust project, but I wouldn't expect to be able to teach many Rust tricks or anything.
Other languages I've coded in before but not in many years include Python and Java. Ask for review at your own risk 😆
I decided the best way to give you guys some idea of what I was talking about was to have an example ready to go! And here it is!
This is me reviewing one of my own project
Sleet. I'll let video me explain the project, but this is one that I hadn't worked on super recently and I thought I didn't remember it's code well enough to be able to review it well.
So here is the first of hopefully a series of code review videos!
Thanks guys, and definitely let me know in the comments what you think!