On Fri, Dec 20, 2002 at 10:20:50AM -0000, adam beecher wrote:
> In other words, best practise programming is about common sense. People have
Exactly. Common sense isn't that common though. Some people need it
written down in huge letters then bashed around the head with it :)
> defined rules, but they're ultimately just guidelines that have developed
> out of common sense. And sometimes they're generated because someone broke
> the rules.
Yeah. Agreed. The stuff I wrote was things that I've had people point
out to me, at which point I went ahhhh and it was all clear to me.
> Use your head and you'll be fine AJ. You want to make it scalable? Plan
> ahead. That's all you need to know.
My sentiments exactly.
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