Glen Gallo's Blog – January 2011 Archive (1)

Code is a four letter word

 

From my experience in the field I would say that code is the most overused misunderstood word. Early in my construction career I heard this word thrown around. It was and is referenced often with true meaning and good advice.  

However it has also been used as a conversation ending to a dispute from the Ivory Tower “Thou shalt not doubt in me for I am the reference of thy Code and cannot be denied”. It is from these sources that I have issue. I have found that often times…

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Added by Glen Gallo on January 31, 2011 at 3:45pm — 3 Comments

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