Self checking of our own work is rarely successful.
Often times, we see we what expect to see and miss the obvious. Did you see what you expected to see?
Or, in some cases, we are so focused on addressing the immediate problem, we may not fully consider the long-term outcomes of our solution.
Finally, there may be times when a challenge is so unique, we are left in an “I don’t even know what I don’t know” situation.
When writing codes, our most well intentioned outcomes may fall short without peer review.
With over 25 years of writing, reviewing, and administering design based codes, my experience can provide peer review of draft development codes to identify any issues you may later encounter, or present solutions you may not have considered.
Let me show you what you may not know you may not know.