Pull Request Size

Boaz Dremer Updated by Boaz Dremer

Pull Request Size

Pull request size is a metric calculating the average code changes (in lines of code) of a pull request.

Why is it important

Small and digestible pull requests, helps developers to "cap" the risk of introducing new bugs or "break" production. When the pull requests do not include many code changes, it is easier to test, developers can focus on a single (or few)simple functionalities. Teammates can have more thorough reviews and have a better chance of finding problems within the code.

How did we do?

Throughput Metrics

MTTR

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