At work I (with heavy input from the rest of the team) am writing these guidelines for our development practices, so that everyone is working 'on the same page.' I will share this series here for others who may want to know how some folks do it.

In everything there must be balance, two sides to every coin. A debate goes on about code "structure". To indent? Or not indent? One argument persists that unnecessary spaces/tabs within code increase the bandwidth used by our systems, serving up 'empty' content. The other argument is that this cost is minimal, in comparison to the time savings with relation to maintaining 'readable' code.