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Hacker-of-all-trades, mom, martial artist, fountain pen geek, and backpacker from Indianapolis, IN.


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comment Inspiring a co-worker to adopt better coding practices?
-1 The question already states that the OP has no intention of approaching this in a confrontational way. Please read the OP's question thoroughly and answer that specific question, rather than discussing the topic in general.
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comment Inspiring a co-worker to adopt better coding practices?
-1 Didn't answer the question asked.
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comment Does craftsmanship pay off?
@Andrew I never said they were easy to find. The only reliable ways I've found to identify them is 1) to get a look at some of their code and see how much cruft and kludge it is dragging around or 2) to get recruited to the company by a current employee you trust who vouches for their standards. Since I work mostly with open source tools, of course, 1) is way easier for me than for most people.