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LiveStream - Better code reviews with AppMaps - June 3 @ 1PM EDT

Kevin Gilpin
Teacher in training. Founder @ AppLand.com. Flying, hockey, family fun.
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I think the hardest part of code reviews is trying to do two things at once: Understanding how a set of code changes works, and deciding whether there are any improvements that need to be made.

AppMap is a tool that shows visual maps of how code really works, so you can focus on the important job - deciding if improvements are needed.

I've done a lot of blogging about this, but now I'm going to try something now (and frankly, a little scary for me!)

If you're interested in this subject, please join me in our very first AppLand Livestream this Thursday, June 3 at 1 pm EDT. We’ll be meeting in the AppMap Discord server, using the channel appland-livestream. I'll share tips on how to use AppMap, and of course I'll field your comments and questions.

Hope to see you there! And if you can’t make it this week, don’t worry – next Thursday, June 10 at 1 pm ET the AppLand Livestream will reconvene to chat about using AppMaps for debugging.

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Kevin Gilpin Author • Edited

Hi, thanks to those of you who joined this AppMap livestream! If you are interested in real-world usage of AppMaps, or if you want to check out a real-world dive into Rails internals, you can catch up with this recording of the session - loom.com/share/1c3573a30df94f6c801...