Q&A for getting reviews on your own working code
Looking at the short descriptions for other sites, they all start with:
Q&A for 'type of person'
To be similar our should not say "... for reviews": it should say "... for software developers", or "... for programmers". 'Software developers' is a bit too formal or professional so I suggest,
Q&A for programmers "sharing code from projects you are working on for peer review".
The quoted portion of the text above is taken from the the About page.
The above is not necessarily too long, for example compared with some from other sites:
Q&A for researchers and developers who explore the principles of a system through analysis of its structure, function, and operation
Q&A for people interested in statistics, machine learning, data analysis, data mining, and data visualization
Editing the above to resolve the 3rd person ("programmers") versus 2nd person ("you are working on"):
Q&A for programmers to share selections from their own source code for peer review.
The About page doesn't say that code needs to be "working": perhaps it should. I'm not sure how best to describe that:
- ... from their own working source code ...
- ... from their own finished source code ...
- ... from their own functioning source code ...
- ... from their own completed source code ...
- ... from their own polished source code ...
- ... from their own deliverable source code ...
I like Simon's suggestion better than the About page: "getting reviews on" is better than "sharing for review". So:
Q&A for programmers to get peer reviews of their finished source code.
Looking through the short descriptions for other sites I don't think we can get too pedantically specific/restrictive/exclusive; the descriptions are meant to be attractive, not off-putting; for example StackOverflow's is just, "Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers".
If you want to add detail they would rather you describe the type of person (community) than the type of code (defining on- and off-topic).