TL;DR: Five important points in my blog.
💎 Get your code reviewed while it's hot. Don't waste time fiddling with pull requests and online tools.
💎 Work in bite-size batches and use micro-commits to make changes digestible.
💎 Invite the right people around for review (or the whole team).
💎 Don't control people, mentor them.
💎 Let go of your ego, and trust the code to be improved in the future.
@Ninmi Analogy of playing video games helped me to understand commits. Every time I'm safe (e.g. tests pass), it's time to save the game (git commit). If I screw things up, it's time to load (git checkout).
@Ninmi There's `git add -p` to help with that, but visual GUI tools and IDEs allow to select a range of lines and stage it individually.
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