Re: Commenting Code (was Re: An interview question)
I find this way of putting it unconvincing. Do we have an ethical
obligation - and is it ethical to spend our employers time now - engaging
on activities to ameliorate the possibility that our employers will hire
someone incompetent in the future?
snipI'm more interested in what's the BEST argument for commenting code or recommending commenting as 'best practice'. Thus far, I think Nick's given some good reasons, but I'd be interested to hear more arguments, for or against.
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