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Wow! Great node. Lots of ideas and comments; all great!

This node happens to hit home for me right now. I've been given the task of developing and intitutionalizing a set of System Engineering "Best Practices" for our work developing and fielding a variety of systems and I am facing many, many of the exact same issues as brought up here...though mine pertain to overall engineering rather than coding.

I have found many of the ideas and comments on this node surprisingly meaningful and applicable to my challenge and will weight all the comments carefully to find a multitude of nuggets.

Some ever spur me to think about adding some coding-specific "best practices" for our systems' software, too.

PM always delights, astounds, and teaches so much to so many. Thanks to you all!

ack Albuquerque, NM

In reply to Re: On Coding Standards and Code Reviews by ack
in thread On Coding Standards and Code Reviews by eyepopslikeamosquito

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