Having a specific coding style has become more apparent to me now that I work in a team environment. I have my way, which is of course the best, and everybody else has there way, which isn't nearly as good.
I'm sure if I could make the rules, I'd have everyone writing code according to my ways. Power corrupts and all that.
I have learned to accept others' ways though. It's been difficult at times. If the code is readable and it works, I usually just bite my tongue.
Strangely, I love to type. I manually create all of my scripts. I make my code "pretty." I don't use GUI tools to auto-generate table definitions, and I especially don't use tools to format my code.
Toad Formatter, or whatever it's called, is my enemy. I'm sure Toad is not the only one with some sort of auto-formatter and I don't like any of them. For some reason I believe it is an abomination.
When I get to do the technical interview, I scan their resume for SQL*Plus. If I don't see it, I ask them what tools they use. If they don't mention SQL*Plus, I'm skeptical of their abilities...until I get to the five constraints question.
This is not to say that people that use Toad or SQLDeveloper are bad coders or anything, it's just my preference.
So what's your preference?