By Kevlin Henney
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Make it an informal code review whose principal purpose is to share knowledge among team members. Leave sarcastic comments outside, and bring a cake or brown-bag lunch instead. Collective Wisdom from the Experts 29 Coding with Reason Yechiel Kimchi Trying to reason about software correctness by hand results in a formal proof that is longer than the code, and more likely to contain errors. Automated tools are preferable but not always possible. What follows describes a middle path: reasoning semiformally about correctness.
The programmer who comes along a few months later to work on the code will thank you. The programmer who comes along a few months later might be you. Collective Wisdom from the Experts 23 Code Is Design Ryan Brush Imagine waking up tomorrow and learning that the construction industry has made the breakthrough of the century. Millions of cheap, incredibly fast robots can fabricate materials out of thin air, have a near-zero power cost, and can repair themselves. And it gets better: given an unambiguous blueprint for a construction project, the robots can build it without human intervention, all at negligible cost.
Some of the project members didn’t pay attention. Others didn’t understand the point. Worse, some disagreed and were already planning their coding standard rebellion. Finally, some got the point and agreed, but when the pressure in the project got too high, they had to let something go. Well-formatted code doesn’t earn you points with a customer that wants more functionality. Furthermore, following a coding standard can be quite a boring task if it isn’t automated. Just try to indent a messy class by hand to find out for yourself.
97 Things Every Programmer Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts by Kevlin Henney