As long as I'm on the coding conventions track (as many of users have commented on my last post), I'll talk about a small coding convention I am trying to do.
Any experienced coder has pet peeves when it comes to reading other people's code or writing code. It might be that you don't like regions or that every method should have comments. But here are my two biggest pet peeves when it comes to C#.
CSS sprites are becoming popular as a way to increase application performance by eliminating HTTP requests by the client to the web server. It also serves as a path for better cache management. I will need to go through a bit of background before we start (sorry... we'll get to the generation in a second!).