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How to get a lot of code reviewed ?

Lexington Smith
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Joined: Sep 29, 2012
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I have done some of my own Java projects with 20-30 pages of code or more. I know that its not possible for people (on forums or colleges) to go through so
much code. Is there a place where I can go and get my code reviewed by experts for quality of design, bug testing and efficiency ?

I am even willing to pay if the person has proven his knowledge or skill in the relevant fields, and if he provides proof of problems.

Rameshwar Soni
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Joined: Feb 03, 2011
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The site which i know is this.

There might be others and a quick Google search gave me these similar questions
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Lexington Smith
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Rameshwar Soni wrote:The site which i know is this.

There might be others and a quick Google search gave me these similar questions
this
this
this


Thanks for the links. But, those are volunteer based. I was looking for something where I can can almost instant attention (reviews can take some time) for a fee.
Looks like people on SO could review only a page or two of code. I have way more code than that.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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On our site, you could post in Jobs Offered. Anything for pay is a job - doesn't have to be full time. I'm sure other sites exist where you can pay to get a "tutor" by an employed professional, but don't know of any.


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You can also try the freelancer websites to see if any one would be interested.


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