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Peter Wieland's thoughts on Windows driver development, and occasional rants about computing in general.

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  • Blog Post: Pedantic Coder: Hungarian Notation

    I generally dislike Hungarian Notation .  I particularly dislike what Wikipedia calls "System Hungarian", where the prefix indicates data type, as it adds almost no value for me.  I dislike the more semantically oriented form of Hungarian notation where the prefix implies some broader...
  • Blog Post: Code

    Perhaps I'm just out of ideas, but I've decided to write about my coding style . Coding style is usually a very personal thing, like any writing style.  And as it usually causes some to foam at the mouth when brought up, I also wanted to put out this little disclaimer before I start.  You may...
  • Blog Post: Pedantic Coder : Where do braces go?

    I've become rather pedantic about my coding style over the years.  I've worked in a number of people's code, and have always felt most comfortable in the core NT code because of the consistency of formatting, naming, etc...  This is a coding style that we often call "Cutler Normal Form"...
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