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

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. Weโ€™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 canโ€™t make it this week, donโ€™t worry โ€“ next Thursday, June 10 at 1 pm ET the AppLand Livestream will reconvene to chat about using AppMaps for debugging.

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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...