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Benjamin Mmari recently reached the 100 PR milestone in one of the main Ruby on Rails repositories we have at Zappi, the company I have been plying my trade at for the past two years. There are a number of reasons why PRs are important, with the most important being that you need another set of eyes to critically analyze the changes that you are about to introduce. Getting feedback from others via a PR allows you to break away from this pattern of thinking about your code. Following a core set of principles when handling PRs will result in a much smoother process for all parties involved.