Hey, thanks for reading! My name is Codey Oxley and I’m a programmer.

Reviewing code is one of my favorite things to do. I think it’s because I like learning intricacies of systems, and passing them on. But most importantly I care about code quality1 — a lot.

I believe when we lower the friction to write good code by giving thorough examples in reviews, we see the biggest impact.2 After all, people want to write good code. It’s just getting their job done is usually, for good reason, more important.

That’s why I started this blog. To share these ideas openly and make it easy for others to pass on.

Contact Me

I stay away from social media as much as I can, but you can reach me at:

Email: chat@coxley.org

Github: https://github.com/coxley

  1. Is the code idiomatic for the language? If the approach isn’t obvious, are the trade-offs worth it and made clear? Is it maintainable enough for you to work on other things while others take over?

  2. Both on quality of code, and in skills of their authors. [return]