Pull requests are one way to organize your software development process and to make it more robust. They are especially beneficial when working together remotely or asynchronously. They’re commonly used in open source projects like Symfony, but can be just as useful in closed source environments.
But what makes a good pull request? A good review? How can we shape our environment to encourage good collaboration?
In his talk, Malte shows what he has learned from the way Symfony uses pull requests, and gives some further ideas for setting up your environment, for writing, not writing(!) and reviewing pull requests.
Friday, June 16, 2023 at 15:50 PM – 16:25 PM