Code reviews intimidated me. So I built a course to help developers master them.

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I came to realize that code reviews are an absurdly underrated topic.

Software engineers engage in code reviews daily. We spend so much time reviewing code, writing code, and preparing code for review. Yet there isn’t a lot of information out there, giving developers actionable guidance on how to succeed in a code review environment.

So I started writing.

Late 2020, I started writing about code reviews online.

So I started building.

I’ve always had a passion for teaching and mentoring. I’ve since left AWS. But while I was there, I taught software engineer onboarding courses. I helped hundreds of developers ramp up on the internal tools.

  • “Is what I’m saying even valuable?”
  • “Will people actually want this?”
  • “Why would anybody listen to me?”
  • ⭐️ 570 Students
  • ⭐️ 12 org-level (team license) purchases
  • ⭐️ 100% 5-star ratings (25 total)
  • ⭐️ Praise from CTOs, company founders, FAANG principal engineers, senior engineering managers across big tech
  • ⭐️ 1 company integrating it directly into their new hire training

I know it won’t all be sunshine and roses from here.

Not everyone’s going to like my ideas, and that’s something I’m prepared for.

Thanks for reading!

🚨 To show my appreciation, here’s a link to get Master the Code Review at a discount. Available for a limited time. Enjoy!

Master the Code Review



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Curtis Einsmann

Curtis Einsmann

Software engineer; solopreneur. Writing to help developers level up. All stories free. Follow me on Twitter for more: