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comment What to do if a co-worker is editing your code just to change the appearance?
+1 This isn't explicitly about StyleCop.. (StyleCop or similar). And that's a very good idea. Define a set of rules, configure your tool of choice and be done with it forever.
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comment Is writing code chronologically the best way for readability?
You first have to define all functions before you can initialize some thing and finally do the stuff you wanted to do. - you don't have to, if you use the function declaration statement. i think it's cleaner, to see what gets called first, and the definition below. so yes, i think chronological order is often a good choice
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comment I don't understand how TDD helps me get a good design if I need a design to start testing it
"Test Driven Development by Example" by Kent Beck has helped me a lot, but it's also pretty basic.