Redirect 22/08/2013 06:00

Redirect

Original: Redirecionamento

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Fabrício Olmo Aride";

Programmer: Geez, I found the problem. The session expires when the user logs in, because the redirect code is commented...
Jimmy: Man! Let me see who the genius is that signed off that commit...
(Opens a list of commits where only the name "Jimmy" appears)
Jimmy: Uh, nevermind... Just remove that comment...
Programmer: PLOP!
--
T-shirt: Did you get the hint?

The forms 19/08/2013 22:10

The forms

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Daniel Carlos";

User: The system is displaying a message saying that we need to put in the forms first...
Programmer: Okay, do you have the forms?
User: Yes. They're here in my hand!
Programmer: And have you entered them into the system?
User: Uh, but why does it need them? The forms are here in my hand!
--
T-shirt: That system doesn't do hand-reading

Notes 16/08/2013 15:00

Notes

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Fabrício Olmo Aride";

Boss (on the phone): Hi, it's the boss. I will get in late, so I jotted down what I want you to do in the meantime...
Programmer: Yeah, go ahead ...
<silence>
Boss: Look, I'll call you back in a bit... I just can't understand what I wrote...
Programmer: PLOP!
--
T-shirt: It's okay, I never understand what you really want

Involving the user 15/08/2013 20:39

Involving the user

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Thiago";

Programmer: Boss, can I get a user to do some testing for us?
Boss: Yes, but first we need to make sure that the system is working 100%.
Programmer: IF THE SYSTEM WAS WORKING 100%, THEN WHY WOULD I NEED TESTING?? (And the programmer attacks his boss with a chainsaw)
(Note: the last frame is wrapped in clouds)
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T-shirt: Could you help me test my weapons?

Java course 14/08/2013 21:31

Java course

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Marcelo";

Programmer: Hey Boss, so I won a free Java course taught by one of the best Java guys around at an event I attended. But the course is a week long, all day. Can I have this week off?
Boss: No way! We don't use Java in nothing in this company...
Programmer: What??? All our systems are written in Java...
(boss has a face of “uh...”)
--
T-shirt: Do you know that little coffee icon?

Free software 13/08/2013 13:44

Free software

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real story;
string sender;
sender = "Tiago Cipriano";

Programmer: Hey, Alonso, I need to use your application. What's the password?
Alonso: There isn’t one...
Programmer: ok.
Alonso: You just click the enter button, 'cause it's free software...
Programmer: FACEPALM!
--
T-shirt: Free and promiscuous

Why do programmers drink so much coffee? 08/07/2013 15:38

tirinhaEN-55

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(You get that cup of coffee, feel that delicious smell, drink the perfect combination of flavor and caffeine, and feel you'll have a perfect day!)
Programmer: Hmmmm...
(But then you remember you're a programmer...)
Programmer: Crap!
(So you get another cup of coffee, feel that delicious smell, drink the perfect combination of flavor and caffeine, and feel you'll have a perfect day!)
Programmer: Hmmmm...
(Now you're in a infinite loop...)
--
T-shirt: Life runs on coffee

Feb 14 14/02/2013 15:28

Feb 14

Original: 14 de fevereiro

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Programmer: Honey, Do you know what today is?
Wife: Oh Darling... Sure I know... Today is the Valentine's day...
Programmer: Valentine's what?? No, no... Today is Delphi's birthday!
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T-shirt: ? begin ? end

Those clients... 06/02/2013 16:34

Those clients...

Original: Esses clientes...

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Boss: What a ?????! Our client is cracking the activation key of our software, to avoid to pay the monthly US$30...
Programmer: Hmm... Your system was made in delphi, right? And how much did you pay on Delphi?
Boss: Nothing... I'ts cracked
Programmer: hmmm... And how much for windows?
Boss: Just US$20 to the boy...
Programmer: And what word you used to our client?
--
T-shirt: Free Kevin Mitnick

Splitting the logs 01/02/2013 17:00

Splitting the logs

Original: Separando os logs

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/* True story sent by leandro pincini */
Boss: I want you split the log files by module to ease the reading under runtime
Programmer: ok
Boss: Have you finished?
Programmer: Yes. Logs separated
(Later...)
Boss: It's very hard to read the logs the way you've done. Write a script to search and join the logs by operation ID
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T-shirt: ?

 

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