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I'll review your code

Jordan Finneran
Tech Lead, Physics Grad, Video/Photographer, Tech Fan, All Round Tweeter!
Originally published at jordanfinners.dev ・Updated on ・1 min read

I've seen quite a few posts about roasting/reviewing landing pages and websites recently.


Which got me thinking, why not the code?! πŸ€”

I know from personal experience on side projects or things I'm playing around with I miss a pull request, peer review from my colleagues that I get at work.
I also think it's one of the best ways to improve as a developer, both reviewing others code and having my code reviewed.

With that said, let me review your code!

I can do reviews in these languages: JavaScript, HTML, Golang, Python, SQL

I will be open this week, to send me your repositories and I will review the code, confidentially of course.
Either comment the GitHub repository link below, or DM me on Twitter.
If your repository is private, you'll need to add me as a contributor, my GitHub profile is here and I'll do my best to review as many as possible!

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bacloud14 • Edited

Hey Jordan,

In the tough process of optimization, I'm always looking for critiques. This story of roasting is kinda funny 🀣. Anyway, I think I would be lucky if you review the code I wrote for weather venue. Here is my repository: github.com/bacloud14/WeatherVenue

I hope you roast it well, in fact I alert you before you dive in, code smells very very bad. I know.

The only thing that I'm aware of, to put one limit, is bundling JavaScript code. I know it should be bundled and willing to do so, after I learn how!.

Thanks for your time.

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Yogini Bende

Wow!! This is an awesome initiative!
Because of this article I realised how many unfinished projects I have!!

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Shashwat Verma

lol