It's mainly to help interns get up to speed. I don't know another way to
help them stay on top of code.
It's little stuff, forgetting safety glass, forget to put a fence around a
That's what redlines are for...isn't it?
Best bet would be to put together a list that is based on the common
mistakes you see in your office. Review the list regularly and keep it
updated. This is probably the most efficient and least overwhelming.
You could even make it part of their training...give them a redline
without explaination besides "code issue"--then have them look it up and
add it to the list.
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