If you are a programmer or have worked with programmers closely, you would know what personal choices mean while coding. Coding might be defined as a set of definite instructions; but, there are some liberties that a programmer can take while setting the instructions.
These are often termed as personal choices that do not make big differences. However, when you are working in an organization, these personal choices can cause inconsistencies in the work and other issues that can be ignored with a simple protocol setting. This blog discusses how simple personal decisions in programming can make a difference. This will be done with the example of XAML editor settings in Visual Studio 2010.
If the way your code looks is consistent, it is comparatively easier for other team members to work on it. The best way to make it look the same is to set the XAML text editor option. To access the settings, click “Options” from your Visual Studio 2010 ribbon, click “Text Editor” and select “XAML.” This will allow you to do a host of settings that range from simple formatting preferences to a whole lot of other features.