Tobias Baum

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Code review in practice is often performed change-based, i.e. using the code changes belonging to a task to determine which code to review. In previous studies, it was found that two variations of this process are used in industry: Pre commit review (review-then-commit) and post commit review (commit-then-review). The choice for one of these variants has(More)
gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) and GABA agonists, e.g., muscimol, reduce blood pressure and sympathetic outflow and inhibit the "carotid occlusion reflex." In contrast, muscimol exerted only marginal effects on postural reflexes in a prior study. The somatosympathetic reflex, i.e., potentials evoked in sympathetic nerves in response to sensory nerve(More)
gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) and GABA agonists, e.g., muscimol, have been shown to reduce blood pressure by a centrally mediated mechanism. The present series of experiments compared cardiovascular responses to muscimol with those of clonidine in anesthetized and conscious spontaneously hypertensive rats. Both agents given intraventricularly reduced blood(More)
Code review is known to be an efficient quality assurance technique. Many software companies today use it, usually with a process similar to the patch review process in open source software development. However, there is still a large fraction of companies performing almost no code reviews at all. And the companies that do code reviews have a lot of(More)
The need to increase the efficiency of software development creates a demand for unobtrusive in-process means of software quality assurance that align well with agile processes. Many version control system clients provide facilities for running scripts or other executables before a change is committed to the repository. These " pre-commit hooks " can be(More)