- respect the product.
- consider our responsibilities as engineers no less than those who built their systems with steel and stone.
- strive to find the right solution, not the easy one.
- give credit often, and rarely expect recognition.
- walk in the shoes of the engineer whose code we inherited.
- walk in the shoes of the engineer who will inherit our code.
- shamelessly ask for help when we know that we are lacking in our knowledge.
- commit code without declaring its known flaws.
- assume that other people don't know how to do their job.
- fool others into believing something isn't possible - just because it's tedious.
- point out another's flaw, without a qualifying improvement.
- leave a man drowning. An engineer trying to solve a problem has a buddy just as a boy scout does when trying to wade in deep waters.
- cover our asses.
+Ali-Akber Saifee +Johan Gozali +Timothée Groleau