In all my years experience with SQL and being a developer before transitioning to become a DBA I will answer for me personally NO. Each developer has their own niche or style that they use when writing code. I’ve seen some pretty wild and insane ways people develop. I worked with one guy several years ago who would name his counters off t.v. shows so every now and then you might have a skipper or a s.s. minnow thrown in. I hope and trust that development teams have set their own standards better than the one we had years ago…..however even with standards I think as a DBA we need to be able to communicate and bridge the gap that it just makes sense that when you receive a data script or migration script that it is in an expected format than everyone adheres and agrees to with no gotchas.
Recently this standard below was presented; given what the business needs are the script will allow for multiple servers that the script will be allow on. This is particular handy since some people may or may not accidentally run the script on an environment it shouldn’t be ran on. This also is helpful in dealing with a CMS server.
IF @@SERVERNAME IN (‘ServerName’,’ServerName’) /*Enter Valid Server Name/Instance*/
PRINT ‘An error has occurred. Rolled back!’
PRINT ‘PLEASE EXECUTE ON ServerName ONLY!’ /*change server name*/
Whatever your choice of a standard is work toward getting things streamlined and laid out so there are not variations of the same kind of step. When it is up front and in your face as a standard it is easier to follow and maintain.