50 lines of code is a very reasonable estimate. anyone with any real experience who actually writes quality code (this obviously doesn't include you or microsoft) would know that although you can write 18000 lines of code in two weeks of coding, by the time you've debugged it, tested it reworked it a bit and documented it it has been another 6 weeks. That aint insane it's just fact buddy.
in fact I found this thread because I was just calculating my total LOC and I am in general pretty productive at it. my average over 8 weeks was 45/hour.
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