Yikes. There are some really tough conversations surrounding our technology world and not only how we treat people but how we respond to folks who we may find very little in common with.
We need to keep the dialogues open and fresh. These are real problems with real people, just like you and me.
Reputations be damned.
This is apparently the modus operandi right now, on all sides.
That's... so... much... money...
But, it makes sense. A ton of 💰...
I honestly think this is a terrible idea. I won't pull any punch here. On-demand for everything doesn't make sense and for codebase it's a really hard sell. For anyone that's built products within the context of a team it's impossible to just have someone jump in without fully understanding all of the organizational nuances, systems, and culture that resulted in the code that they may be reviewing.
Really strange idea.
Women were some of the very first software engineers, full stop. Why does this not get enough press?