Programmers always require small things to be happy and also small problems to become frustrated. They live in a different world, a tiny one. They are fragile and often tortured by the managers. Here is a programmer’s life:

Do you really know what you want? Programmers need to know precisely what they are about to build. Here is an example:

It’s not a bug, it’s a feature…

There are no exceptions from this simple rule:

Well, this explains the horrible Windows ME:

Beware of the DOOM:

Oh, it’s Python!


Type “you’re a moron” and the virused comment form will say louder “you’re a moron”… I didn’t know…

Like we said in the intro, programmers are tortured by their managers.

Sources: Pakzilla | Dilbert | xkcd