As I mentioned, there were a few stylistic guidelines that I don't adhere to; none of them strike me as flat-out wrong, but I've chosen to do things differently.

For amusement value only, here's a list of things I'd do differently that I noticed while reading through today, mostly from the first few chapters:

For the more contentious suggestions, Damian does a good job of laying out the various pro and con arguments, so it's easy to see how a development team could use this this text as the basis of their style discussions and end up with a document that says "use the PBP style except for the following 5-10% set of local differences".


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