34/365 - Do you follow any indentation rules while writing your code?
Every language has at least a couple sets of conventions in terms of how to indent coding files, something that we gather on a bigger group that we usually call "best practices".
What you need to know is that indentation is a technique that will save a ton of time for you and your possible team.
Going in the same direction as commentaries, indentation exists to make reading a smoother task and to minimize future maintenance, refactoring, and when they are necessary to be as punctual and fast so you can spend more time in stuff that is definitely more important and exciting. Enhancing is for sure main goal here.
The problem is that again we do neglect a lot when a set of rules is on the table, some developers say that is a "matter of style", but if we get used to creating files that are less readable and understandable for most of the community that will definitely just put us under a red flag. Nobody wants to work with people that will make a project more expensive due to their particular confusing style.
I am not saying that you have no choice, as I told you some languages have more than one set of rules for indentation, however, I deeply believe you gotta follow conventions to make your code more accessible. 💻💪🏽👊🏽