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I stared at Him for a good fifteen seconds. Then I got up and left the room.

Well done. Many people seem willing to sacrifice what they know are absolute minimum standards in order to get the job "finished".

In a previous project I worked on, not just the programmers but also the project management had fallen to this rubber-stamping dark side. In one case people were left out of a code review, since their (expert) comments would presumably slow things down. I've seen more than one review announced out of the blue for a major piece of code (>10K lines) just a few days before it occurred. I think the classic case occurred when a review consisted mainly of people that didn't know the language the code was written in, so I'm sure the review went smoothly.


In reply to Re: On Commenting Out 'use strict;' by bluto
in thread On Commenting Out 'use strict;' by Old_Gray_Bear

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