Al Hobbs wrote:Say your team likes to write their if statements like this
What would you do?
Stephan van Hulst wrote:And if most of my team really preferred to code like that, I'd probably request to be in another team or find another job.
Mike Simmons wrote:But the ! is the part that does give me pause...
Kent Beck wrote:... people get passionate about coding style. While there are undoubtedly better styles and worse styles, the most important style issue is that the team chooses to work towards a common style. Idiosyncratic coding styles and the values revealed by them, individual freedom at all costs, don’t help the team succeed.
S Fox wrote:i wrote my statements as "if (x)" until i saw that the ranch style guide advised not to do that.
ranch style guide:
I think I had best come out of hiding and make my post count look respectable.
S Fox wrote:i wrote my statements as "if (x)" until i saw that the ranch style guide advised not to do that. . . .