March 15, 2004
By Paul Yao and David Durant
TIME IS a software developer’s most precious resource. For that reason, anything that can help you save time—at any phase of the project—while maintaining or increasing productivity is a good thing. When we started to work on this book, we began by collaborating on a set of guidelines to minimize the differences between our coding styles. As the project moved forward, we refined and updated various elements of this file.
We offer this set to you as a starting point for your own coding guidelines. To get an editable copy of this file in Microsoft Word format, e-mail email@example.com. Be sure to ask for the Hungarian Notation for .NET Programs ...