CSLee , to SEResearchers group
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Folks, we are getting close to releasing the scientific paper on my Review Anxiety research and I am so so excited to share this with the world. From a methods perspective, I'm extremely proud that we used clinical research methods and standards to explore intervention targets, then develop and assess the outcomes of an evidence-based code review anxiety intervention.

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CSLee OP ,
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From a clinical perspective, I am always just overjoyed to bring an empirical understanding of anxiety to new spaces. review anxiety is real. It matters. It affects across identities and experience levels. And we can do something about it. Stay tuned for the full report!

develwithoutacause , to Random
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Prefer explicit .toString() over other string coercion methods.

Template literals (${foo}) or implicit conversion ("" + foo) have unclear developer intent and are difficult for readers to search when they don't understand. When presented with ${foo}, it is much harder for a developer to understand what this is or how to look it up if they don't already know the jargon of "template literals".

.toString() might be longer, but it is much clearer in its intent and much easier for developers to look up if they don't understand what's going on.

CSLee , to SEResearchers group
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As a part of my code review anxiety research, I’ve given six workshops on managing review anxiety in the last 2.5 weeks. I’ll wait to share the workshop content after analyzing the data and writing the paper, but here are some quick reflections from this work before I take a well-earned vacation. 🧵

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CSLee , to SEResearchers group
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Shameless Re-Plug: If you experience anxiety about giving or receiving code reviews, sign up for my FREE code review anxiety workshop (held over zoom)! Tis part of a research study I am conducting and we will go over evidence based strategies for managing code review anxiety taken from clinical psychology (I'm a clinical psychologist). Sign up here: https://bit.ly/code-review-notification

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CSLee , to SEResearchers group
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Currently working on a code review anxiety intervention study and it is reminding me just how much I love helping people work through anxiety in an evidence-based way. So if you experience anxiety about code reviews and want to participate in this FREE workshop study, drop a line here and I'll send you an invitation to register! bit.ly/code-review-notification

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foxy , (edited ) to Unixporn
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