Live Webinar: Peer Code Review from IDE
This is a guest blog post from the JetBrains Upsource team. We’d like to invite you to our free webinar, Peer Code Review from the IDE, with Trisha Gee, which will take place on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, at 14:00 GMT.
If you’ve ever participated in the code review process, you know that reviewing your teammates’ code changes outside of your favorite IDE may feel uncomfortable and even frustrating. The IDE is the customary environment where we deal with code, be it changing something or exploring the code base. However, most code review tools only let you collaborate on code changes and discuss improvements in their web UI.
Upsource, a code review tool from JetBrains, helps developers feel more comfortable with the code review process. It provides an IDE plugin that allows you to participate in code reviews and discussions straight from your IDE leveraging all of its powerful capabilities.
In this free webinar Trisha Gee will show you how Upsource IDE integration works. You’ll learn how to:
- Create code reviews from your IDE
- Assign team members to review your changes and add watchers
- Stay up to date with the process
- Participate in discussions and manage your code reviews straight from your favorite IDE
Space is limited, so please register now.
This webinar is geared towards developers of different proficiency levels regardless of their programming language of choice. You will be able to ask questions during the webinar. The recording will be made available later.
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