I want to implement a procedure for code review.
I need to implement the procedure, the checklists and measurement process to control this procedure.
Could you please "throw" some ideas about this procedure?
The only procedures we have, is that before QA signs off on the product they do a code walk through with the developement staff. And basically they go through the code line by line. If QA sees bad code they can reject it, or offer suggestions on how to fix something.
I figure if you have the courage to get out of bed in the morning, then how bad can the day be.
Code review is a good thing. But are there already inspections on requirements. There is a lot more to gain in this area.
The problems you find in inspections before code review are much more cheaper to correct.
In either case, the book Software Inspection written by Tom Gilb is very good (ISBN: 0-201-63181-4