Okay so this is for those who do or have developed for a living.
Long story short, we had a meeting today where we finally set up standards for writing our code. Most of them I was sadly the blacksheep and lost my arguments (they mostly came from the one developer who got the ideas after he started using ReSharper).
Anyway, I am not liking these to much, some I think are just ... well all they do is create cluttered code, and are just going to cause more pains when it comes to debugging. But even though that's the case, I know I have to adjust, which is going to be hard (especially since of the whole team, I am the only who goes home and develops on his own time, so I have my own standards, and they are that way for a very specific reason, and have fine tuned over the years).
Now I will point out while I have been with the company less then most of the group, but they do come to me for questions on possible bugs, or how to address something, ext. Also, I feel I can usually debug faster then most in the group (mainly because of MY standards).
So any one else been in this boat? How did you adjust? Was it hard? Details please (maybe a trick I am overlooking)
Edited 1 Year Ago by JOSheaIV