Tired of your commits taking >10 seconds? Give this a bash. Linting is great, but no one likes slow commits! At Tes, we use husky to run code when the git precommit hook triggers. Most often, we run npm run lint so that we can catch linting errors before they’re even committed. (We use ESLint for linting.) The problem is that, even when you’re developing microservices, it could take quite a while to lint all the files in your repository.