Code Review Community

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ORCID iD iconHollydawn Murray5* , ORCID iD iconRachael Ainsworth9, ORCID iD iconDannon Baker8, ORCID iD iconOlly Butters16, ORCID iD iconJeffrey C. Carver13, ORCID iD iconLuis Pedro Coelho6, ORCID iD iconFergus Cooper17, ORCID iD iconBarry Demchak11, ORCID iD iconKenan Direk12, Stephen J Eglen14, ORCID iD iconDaniel S. Katz15, ORCID iD iconHelena Ledmyr7, ORCID iD iconThibault Lestang17, ORCID iD iconDavid Nicholson4, ORCID iD iconDavid Miguel Susano Pinto17, ORCID iD iconEsther Plomp2, ORCID iD iconFotis Psomopoulos1, Amy Strange10, ORCID iD iconLeonid Tiokhin3
  1. Presenting author.
  2. Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Institute of Applied Biosciences, Greece.
  3. Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands.
  4. Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.
  5. Emory University, US.
  6. F1000Research, UK.
  7. Fudan University, China.
  8. INCF, Sweden.
  9. Johns Hopkins University, US.
  10. Software Sustainability Institute, University of Manchester, UK.
  11. The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK.
  12. Torrey Pines Software, Inc.
  13. University College London, UK.
  14. University of Alabama, US.
  15. University of Cambridge, UK.
  16. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US.
  17. University of Liverpool, UK.
  18. University of Oxford, UK.
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    2021-01-20T15:00:00+00:00 2021-01-20T16:00:00+00:00 Code Review Community Code review for research software is the process by which peers evaluate each other’s source code. This involves checking that the code does what it claims and is written in a way that can easily be read, maintained, and built upon. Code review is an important tool for ensuring that software is high-quality and reusable, and should be a widely-adopted “best practice”. https://sorse.github.io//programme/posters/event-036/ SORSE.enquiries@gmail.com SORSE
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Code review for research software is the process by which peers evaluate each other’s source code. This involves checking that the code does what it claims and is written in a way that can easily be read, maintained, and built upon. Code review is an important tool for ensuring that software is high-quality and reusable, and should be a widely-adopted “best practice”.

The Code Review Community Working Group (CRC) aims to build consensus and awareness around good practice in code review. The CRC is a collaboration between research software engineers, funders, society representatives, academic publishers, and researchers.

The CRC consists of 5 task forces that will begin work in 2021:

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Code review during development
  • Code review at the time of publication
  • Recommendations for stakeholders
  • Training and education

Have we piqued your interest? The CRC is keen to have you on-board; you’re encouraged to participate in any of the task forces. Join us via email (hollydawn.murray@gmail.com). Equally, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have an idea for collaboration.

Language: English

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