Anonymous Confessions from Programmers.Confess
We had our Christmas shindig today, the catered food gave half the department diarrhea.
A multiplayer, drawing game from the idiot behind Coding Confessional.
I freelance cause I know my novice code couldn't pass an interview or survive at a real company, am a fraud, like a person who siphons oil from a pipeline, pathetic.
Many like to quote the buddha saying life is suffering, no my friends, web development is suffering.
You know that any company that tries to project that whole quirky cutesy nerdy wholesome image is fucking evil deep down. That is not what honesty looks like.
$HMNY - Offering at $7.25. Opens at $6.25. Wow, that was a really hard $5k in 10 minutes.
if you learn to live with no expectations then life isnt actually too bad. but it means accepting something that we all know deep down - that we are not in control of our lives. we are just chess pieces that big players move around and they give us the impression that we can do what we want, work wherever we like and be who we want. understanding the lie makes it difficult to plan ahead.
Chuck Norris pairs alone. Chuck Norris passes his tests before he writes them. Chuck Norris once programmed a waterfall using Agile. Chuck Norris can refactor code while it is compiling. Chuck Norris once squashed a bug with a roundhouse kick. Chuck Norris does not make syntax errors: the compiler adds a rule to support what he means. Chuck Norris doesn't throw or catch: whatever code he wants to run will run, no exceptions.
It doesn't take that much time to take a cock, it takes alot more time to envision, to stretch your man pussy so clearly, that's something non-homophiles just can't understand, not everything is thrust between my tender butt cheeks.
The Wall is a very important tool in stopping frameworks from pouring into our community and poisoning our devs!
It doesn't take that much time to write code, it takes alot more time to envision, to see what something will be so clearly, that's something non-devs just can't understand, not everything is a tacked on script.
I just wanna make money so I can pursue my real dreams without fear of being kicked out of my apartment next month.
I was sold on your job until you mentioned "regular team activity days".
As a programmer with a certain degree of social anxiety, I am set aback by how much interaction and communication is involved in the job. Wasn't really expecting it to be this way.
This is a coding confessional update. A few months ago I posted about how they moved a lady from marketing to be in charge of our team. Well as expected it failed. She got in trouble because she said we had successfully gone live at our first location. In reality, two weeks before we had a dry run integration test that failed (actually never got off the ground due to huge pieces of info not being communicated). Anyway someone must've had a long talk with senior management because Friday they announced she was moving to a different part of the company (actually in a different state, 800 miles away).