Bottom-up code reviews

Bottom-Up Code Review

During a bottom-up code review, the reviewer starts with reviewing single lines of code, small blocks of code, or small individual functions. By inspecting those low-level elements, the reviewer builds an understanding of how these elements operate, how code is structured, and how those elements contribute to the system’s overall functionality.

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This article first appeared on Last updated: April 25, 2024

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Written by Dr. Michaela Greiler who is obsessed with making code reviews your superpower. Learn more about her workshops.