Anonymous Confessions from Programmers.Confess
If I'm feeling extra lazy I'll leave a comment saying "overflow can happen here" instead of actually fixing it.
I don't use an IDE even when a great IDE is available (such as Eclipse for Java).
A multiplayer, drawing game from the idiot behind Coding Confessional.
I don't even try to find possible bugs after compiling an output executable file.
I look down on programmers who didn't study computer science in college. I don't feel bad about it.
When I get bored of coding for a client, I blame a bug in the framework and take a few days off.
At my uni, people think I can solve every problem, but I just google or go to stackoverflow.
After working with software for a few years i no longer enjoy coding in my spare time.
I sometimes use curse words to name variables, because that's just how childish I am.
I was recently criticised slightly so i broke 2 years worth of project code into a nest of eval()'s and then went on holiday
It feels nice when non-programming friends think its cool I'm learning Ruby ; I still have no idea how to write a program after over a year....
I would rather use BASIC than actually have to make stuff in Ada and I honestly think people who like Ada seem to be, in general, boring.
I work with an active codebase that isn't compiled, so all files are live. I don't do any sort of branching, and will often work on files without making backups.