GitHub just changed the way code reviews are handled, and it will probably leave developers with a lot more time on their hands. Saying the changes are meant to make GitHub “faster and more flexible” for teams, developers can now filter pull requests by extensions. If you’re the Ruby person on your team, for instance, you can check for .rb files. If you’re reviewing commits one-by-one, the new list view in the reviews bar will let you find which commit you want to check out quickly. Finally, there’s now a timeline indicator so you can quickly pick up where you…

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