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GeneralRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? Pinmemberjschell10-Dec-12 8:24 
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AnswerRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? PinmemberKeld Ølykke9-Dec-12 9:41 
GeneralRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? PinmemberRobb Ryniak9-Dec-12 12:21 
Keld Ølykke wrote:
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.

...and that is such an answer I was looking to get. That makes sense to me. Even if I wouldn't adopt such a policy for a project I was heading up, there is always value in understanding the practices of others, even if I don't agree with them. I have learned many times from other coders, even if I didn't agree with their approach, I can usually glean something useful from the experience. Thanks for the considered answer. Smile | :)
 

Keld Ølykke wrote:
that is if an old dog want to learn some new tricks Wink | ;)

Pfft... I'm not that old... (am I? lol) Seriously, if I wasn't interested in learning new stuff, I'd have left the field decades ago. Ours is in industry in constant flux. Good and bad I guess.
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