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What is a Technical Review?
A Technical Review (also known as a peer review), is considered to be a formal review type, even though no Managers are expected to attend.
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A Technical Review (also known as a peer review), is considered to be a formal review type, even though no Managers are expected to attend. It involves a structured encounter, in which a peer/s analyze the work with a view to improve the quality of the original work.

# Ideally led by the Moderator
# Attended by peers / technical experts
# Documentation is required
# No Management presence
# Decision making
# Solving technical problems
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