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Malware As A Service (sh.itjust.works)
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Read only friday (sh.itjust.works)
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EDitor wars (lemmy.sdf.org)
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blahaj (lemmy.zip)
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Lifehack (lemmy.ml)
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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by bleistift2@sopuli.xyz to c/programmerhumor@lemmy.ml

Meme transcription [Gus Fring fixing his tie]:

You don’t write documentation because you’re lazy.

I don’t write documentation because I don’t want to find out how my app actually works

We are not the same

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Meme transcription [Kid drowning in pool]

In the background a person plays with a kid in the pool. The person is labeled “Companies updating their website”. The kid is labeled “The company logo”.

In the foreground a kid seems to be drowning. It is labeled “Useful information”.

In a second panel a skeleton sits at the bottom of the pool. It is labeled “The copyright year”

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Meme transcription:

Bro, just one more bug fix, I swear. The base design is good, promise. This is just a simple bug that I need to fix. It doesn’t require redesigning my approach. I know I’m calling the same function 8 times to get the same data each time, but that’s just this one time, bro. I know they’re asynchronous functions and loading now takes 300ms, but this is just during development, bro. I know I’ve inlined about 7 different things that should be seprate, but that was necessary to fix the previous last bug. I swear, I’m almost done. This is the last bug to fix, bro.

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Average CSS (lemm.ee)

cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/36467447

I am not allowed to credit the site that has this disaster. Its owner said "Nobody should see that"

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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by yogthos@lemmy.ml to c/programmerhumor@lemmy.ml
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Program in C (www.youtube.com)
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Regex flavors (lemmy.world)
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submitted 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago) by Binette@lemmy.ml to c/programmerhumor@lemmy.ml
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Meme transcription:

Panel 1: Bilbo Baggins ponders, “After all… why should I care about the difference between int and String?

Panel 2: Bilbo Baggins is revealed to be an API developer. He continues, “JSON is always String, anyways…”

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Meme transcription: Panel 1. Two images of JSON, one is the empty object, one is an object in which the key name maps to the value null. Caption: “Corporate needs you to find the difference between this picture and this picture”

Panel 2. The Java backend dev answers, “They’re the same picture.”

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