Every team is composed of developers who follow different conventions. Hence, we often find that code written by a developer is not easily understood by another developer on the same team. Not having a proper convention creates dependencies on individuals and makes the project difficult to understand by a newcomer. Tight dependencies in a software development project can affect the velocity of the team.

The best way to solve this is by deciding and following code conventions.

We strongly believe that NO convention is bad. As long as there is some convention and it is followed religiously, it is good.

Code conventions can be as easy as following 4 spaces instead of tabs, or always ending a statement with a semicolon, etc. It could also be something more complex like not allowing setState() to be invoked on componentWillMount of a React Component.

So if you want your team to code like this guy, set and follow conventions.

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