These posts journal my experience implementing a code quality project at work. The idea behind Ratcheting is to assess the risk of a developer's source code commit in real time based on various heuristics and assign automatic code reviews accordingly. This allows us to tactically strike risky code and, hopefully, shorten the feedback loop for developers by finding defects more quickly.
Ratcheting is a long-term project that is growing slowly over time. If you are interested in learning more, you can find all of the posts written to date below. I recommend starting at the introduction here. Also, if you want to implement something similar at your job, all of the source code is freely available on Github.