What is space? That was the first serious question that came to my mind when I was a little kid. With that little mind and huge imagination I have, whenever I looked at the dark sky at night from the tiny window of my room,
I wondered. I wonder what space is hiding behind its unrivaled darkness—what a fantastic thing to be able to wonder about something that important.
I can barely start to understand it now—the importance of wonder. Like Aristotle said, “wonder is the beginning of philosophy.”
As a child who grown up in a fairly conservative family…
I like coding. I really do. But sometimes, it just takes too much patience to stay calm when solving some specific problems.
Then, Exactly then, I try to find motivation from anywhere I get.
Code: doesn’t work
Me: “Why is it not working?”
Me: “ Why is it working?”
We don’t get paid big money for just copying and pasting; we get paid big money for knowing how to copy and paste the right things in the correct order.
Don’t forget about pressing Ctrl-S multiple times when Saving even though you only need to do it once 😂
It is not easy to be a programmer. We code all day, debug all night and go through millions of code lines trying to clear up all possible messes we created before.
Q-Why do Java programmers have to wear glasses
A-Because they don’t C# (see sharp)
Q- 0 is false and 1 is right. right?
Q: What’s the difference between Software Development and Sex?
A: In sex, you don’t get a bonus for releasing early.
Documentation is like sex. When it’s good, it’s very good. When it’s bad, it’s better than nothing.
Java programming is like teenage sex…
When I feel stuck in a problem while doing code, programming jokes give me refreshment. I love to read jokes and memes and collect them. Here are some jokes related to programming I found funny and written in my diary.
Note: Nothing serious here, Read just for fun.
“It should be noted that no ethically-trained software engineer would ever consent to write a DestroyBaghdad procedure. Basic professional ethics would instead require him to write a DestroyCity procedure, to which Baghdad could be given as a parameter.” — Nathaniel Borenstein
A manager, a mechanical engineer, an IT Guy, and a…
Human thoughts can be so weird sometimes. And the minds of programmers are more creative when it comes to writing comments.
This is just for fun. Do not take it seriously.
// I dedicate all this code, all my work, to my wife, Darlene, who will// have to support me and our three children and the dog once it gets
// released into the public.
// drunk, fix later
// sometimes I believe compiler ignores all my comments
// When I wrote this, only God and I understood what I was doing// Now, God only knows
People think programmers are supposed to be very serious people as they hack the shit out of the world. But are we?
Anyway, here are some weird random habits of programmers.
Some programmers really like spacing too much that they will take that extra time and effort to add space to make the code look neat and clearer.
int x=20; to int x = 20;return x+bto return x + y;
Some programmers tend to use curly braces in a separate line, which is difficult to use that way if they are working on another’s code. …
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Nothing can be more frustrating than when you are stuck in the middle of coding and, with high ambition, click run and get thousands of unexpected errors. You can stay calm, find the bug, fix and run again. But there are some more bugs you are totally unable to find, but somehow they are showing. Or you get some error long after you successfully run!
Here are some interesting, funny (and also, if we’re being honest, pathetic) bugs people have been found in their careers.
In 1995 a developer worked for a startup building an embedded system with a built-in…
Well, I think it’s not a big deal for many writers of Medium. But newbies like me need some advice to follow the path, and we don’t have to learn the hard way. And I wish I knew before because we get to know lots of advice and most of them are not valid.
And I really wish I knew before. However, I am nowhere near a great writer. I just started writing here 3–4 months back. But I am amazed how I managed to earn this much without the bonus!
Most programmers code not because they get those bucks, but it’s fun for them. They love coding.
But there are some moments when people expect programmers to hack their girlfriend’s Facebook ID, change the WiFi router password, hack the neighbor's WiFi, Gmail account, or any account or fix the printer, jailbreak the computer or iPhone, or ask to install Windows on their fucked up laptop.
Asking thousands of times which laptop they should buy, Asking a weird question like, “Why don’t you make software that will make a lot of money.” …