OK, I know there are probably as many answers to this question as there are developers, but I'm going to ask anyway.
In looking at a lot of C# sample code I've seen some things that I have questions about and would just like to get people's thoughts:
1.) Why include the this keyword when accessing class members? I've seen code where every access of a member includes this.
2.) What do people think about using the entire namespace name to define an object versus using a short form of the namespace based on a "using" directive?
Thanks in advance.