Practical tips for code reviews in large team

Divide and conquer. 

 It's not feasible for one person to review all of the code changes in a large team. Instead, divide the code changes into smaller chunks and assign each chunk to a different reviewer

Prioritize high-risk areas. 

 Not all code changes are created equal. Some changes are more likely to introduce bugs or security vulnerabilities than others.

Automate where possible.  

There are a number of tools and services that can help to automate the code review process.

Communicate effectively.  

Communication is key to effective code reviews. Make sure that the reviewers have all of the information they need to understand the code changes, such as the rationale for the changes, any relevant design documents, and unit tests

Review regularly. 

 Don't wait until the end of a development cycle to review code. Instead, review code regularly, such as after each feature is completed.

Rotate the reviewers.  

Rotating the reviewers helps to ensure that all team members are familiar with the codebase and that everyone has a chance to learn from each other

Use a code review tool. 

 A code review tool can help to manage the code review process, streamline communication, and track progress.

Establish clear guidelines.  

Make sure that everyone on the team understands the code review process, including the roles and responsibilities of the author and reviewers.

Provide training. 

 If your team is new to code reviews, provide training on the best practices. This will help to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that reviews are conducted effectively.

Create a positive culture 

 Code reviews should be a collaborative process, not an adversarial one. Encourage reviewers to provide constructive feedback and authors to be open to feedback.