Code Review, A Software Engineer's Best Friend
Mobile Tech Lead
One of the most powerful software quality tools are code reviews - an activity in which a developer, other than the author, examines a software deliverable for defects, and improvement opportunities. For a new Engineer, a code review can be a valuable learning resource, and for a more experienced Engineer it can be a good teaching mechanism when done properly. Whether you are a fresh college graduate, or a Senior Engineer with multiple years of experience under your belt, this talk will take you on the journey of a team that transformed their code review process from being vague and lacking, to being the biggest investment of their resulting, high quality code output. By the end of this talk your perspective on code reviews should change and you will approach code reviews as what they really are - a Software Engineer's Best Friend (woof! woof!)
Goce started working with Android in 2014 for alarm.com (a security and home automation company) where he worked on an app that would let customers control various IoT devices, such as locks, garage doors, in their home. Since then, he has transitioned to a Mobile Video Tech Lead role at alarm.com in Washington D.C. where he works closely with several Android and iOS engineers.
In his free time, you will find Goce traveling, cooking or learning a new spoken language.