I work in a government technology “incubator” building, meaning there are a dozen startup companies around here and we share a common copier room, common break room, and common conference rooms. The key word here is ‘government’. I have complete faith the county maintenance people feel my discomfort and will rush to fix the air conditioning problems just in time for the first major snowfall of the year.
In other news, I’ve been under a lot of peer pressure lately. Test driven development is a great way to write quality code, but sometimes good old fashioned peer pressure works just as well. Why just recently I opened the latest build notes to look at the list of file diffs. Imagine my surprise when I see:
|File||Check-in Date||Version||Check-in By||Comment|
|VisitSearch.ascx.cs||8/8/2004 11:42:36 AM||2||Plall||Fix Scott’s sloppy code.|