Anonymous Confessions from Programmers.Confess
I use printf functions to debug my code. I'm going to burn in hell.
I write most comments in limerick. It makes all my coworkers sick. My comments are fine, (and mostly they rhyme!) but my scrum master thinks I'm a dick.
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I worked on Windows at Microsoft and have never owned a Windows machine.
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I have no idea why I'm building what I'm being told to build. It seems completely useless to me.
I've worked from home for about 3 years, and I have only worn pants twice or three times.
While I believe they can be useful, I secretly hate everyone who talks about programming/web dev methodologies. Agile/Scrum/Xp/Kanban/Lean etc. It all sounds so yuppy.
I've been programming for around 10 years, and I still don't know jack about Design Patterns.
My boss always commits garbage and so my first task every morning is fixing his code. He doesn't know i do this as a conscious effort.
I'm a borderline Android and Linux fanboi, and don't own any Apple Devices. My day-job is iOS Developer.
I once dropped a live database because I got confused which browser tab was my local database and which was live. I spent the next 2hrs restoring it from a backup and didn't tell anyone.
I publicly disclosed security flaws after being told specifically not to fix them.
I'm procrastinating here in this coding confessional instead of coding.
I named a variable theySeeMeScrollingTheyHatin because I thought it would be funny, it's still in the code.
I was a victim of police brutality where they left me out in the woods, for me to walk for 4 hours in -10 degrees Celsius. This was 4 years ago and I have done everything in my power to ruin their lives online. Keyloggers, DDOS-attacks against their IPs, thousands of microtransactions from foreign countries, etc.