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GeneralRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? [modified] PinmemberRobb Ryniak9-Dec-12 13:14 
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AnswerRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? PinmemberKeld Ølykke9-Dec-12 10:41 
The guidelines/best practice/patterns/rules are there to capture knowledge of many coders.
 
If you try to refactor your code to adhere some standard, you are digging into the whys and hows of others. I would claim that any coder can only get better from such an experience.
 
If you fancy performance try run FxCop from Microsoft against
your C# code - FxCop has a set of rules that questions different coding constructs. Example: Do you initialize fields with default values e.g.
private bool foo = false; // ?
 
CheckStyle for Java | [Coffee] is also worthwhile to incorporate in your daily coding... that is if an old dog want to learn some new tricks Wink | ;)
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