you'll still be a great developer. (This is a fear of great developers that keeps them from being strong process advocates. They know they are not great at filling out forms.) If you are a mediocre developer, then perhaps you'll become better. Either way, it is likely that the code you write will be more understandable and have fewer bugs than it did before. In future installments of this bimonthly column series, I will survey many of the techniques that will one day contribute to the fourth, this time brown, bullet and show how developers and testers can adjust-but not change-their development process to improve quality and maintainability.
It's time for a new batter.