I am preparing a coding techniques workshop for the dev area at work.
I've been reading and researching coding techniques for over two years now and I want to share the knowledge that I've learnt. It seems to me that it's not so much the lines of code you write (although that is still important) but it's more the way you structure your code.
One developer on our team was interested to see what I was going to present, so I ran some of the concepts by him. He was keen to give them a try.
He seemed to "get" the reasons why this concept is important. So much so that in the next task he was working on, he was applying them. It was amazing to see how the change had effected his coding.
He was switched on.