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revised Have programmers at your work not taken up or been averse to an offer of a second monitor?
Grammar - adverse/averse - http://www.dailywritingtips.com/averse-adverse/
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comment Effective versus efficient code
@Anthony: If I understand you correctly, you're saying don't optimize pre-maturely?
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@btilly: I agree that the form of the question is black/white, but in the context of the examples I think it is fair. I have had personal experience with people on either side. I have been on teams where ALL code written is fully architected, reviewed, etc. before anything gets near production, regardless of the situation. The inverse has also been true where code begins to fly before the initial conversation ends. As you say, a balanced developer knows when to take each approach, but I maintain that there are adherents in both camps who can defend their positions and discuss the issue.
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comment Effective versus efficient code
Credit for the genesis of this question to a blog post: whattofix.com/blog/archives/2011/02/programmer-as-m.php
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Wow - just, wow.
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