Imposter Syndrome: How to overcome it during Code Reviews

The articles in this series about being an effective code reviewer have be leading to this final article on imposter syndrome. Sending your code for review or reviewing the code of a colleague can be intimidating and stress inducing. Often you feel as though, I am not qualified to do this?! In particular, when team members haven’t been working together for a long time and a senior developer…

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