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The code review process should enforce the code to be reviewed by one or two peers at least to be "accepted" or "reviewed". On github, there is no such thing : no way to be sure that a PR has been reviewed by a certain number of reviewers. See More
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is an application protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol (IP) network. GitLab EE adds additional functionality over CE such as support for multiple LDAP servers and group sync. See More
GitLab's UI is clean and intuitive. Each view is designed to not fill the screen with useless information. It displays the activity in a feed-type way in the most prominent part of the view. On top of that, there's a toolbar with buttons which can filter this feed by pushes, merge events or comments. On the left, there's a menu that displays all the links that take you to the different views. For example, a file directory which displays all the files in that repo, a commit view which displays all the commits in cronological order, a network and a graph view that display important information graphically etc... All these details make GitLab's UI extremely intuitive and easy to use, no view is overflown with information and every view displays only the most useful and crucial information needed at that time. See More
Easy to understand the code and easy to understand the impact of the changes. See More
My team and I have been using this tool with great success. One of the best features is the ability to leave review comments directly in the code being reviewed, when re-work is needed the tool handles subsequent revisions really good, the use of VS diff tool, etc. Review Assistant handles revisions based on commits and not shelvesets, so it feels natural to work with it in a feature branch workflow. No need to leave the Visual Studio IDE. See More
Jordan Sanders's Experience