I have a question regarding good practices involving programming at work.
What do you do if you find bug in an employees code?
-Remind them of the previous bugs found in their code in the past and they should stop repeating the same mistake.
-List out the bugs, and allow them to fix it.
My question is, some bugs in web development are very easy to fix. Few minutes usually.
Is it reasonable to ask employees to always deliver bug free code?
Does demanding bug free code make the employee less likely or more likely to repeat the mistake?
What are your thoughts on refining the code and getting rid of bugs at a later stage?