One-person team code inspection suggestions: (thanks to all)
I found that a really bad memory helps :-)
for a one person team, one thing I've done is read my code from the bottom backwards to the top and see if I can figure out if it does what I want.
or do something else for a while and come back later
when writing code for yourself, you can be the "reader" yourself for inspection if you write comments ahead of time (pseudocode-ish) specifying what you want to do, and then comparing to the actual code to see if it does what you intended
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