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This might be mostly just my opinion, but I'm basing this opinion on what my teams have tried in the past and what we've observed. Our management has tried to institute/enforce team-based code reviews and I've always hated them. In fact I've hated 90% of what management tried to institute/enforce because it seems like most those things did nothing but waste ...
Strong criticism can lead to negative interactions and feelings of animosity between colleagues. It's most likely going to be this. Some people don't like to hear that what they did was wrong, or rather, not quite right. The team as a whole has to agree on what is acceptable, but there will always be those that still do not agree with the rest of the ...
Code review helps see "the whole". Separate developers have a tendency to see just their requirements/problems. CR discovers ideas and solutions from the whole perspective. CR mainly helps eliminate waste of unnecessary work. The whole product is cheaper and in better quality.
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