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The Best 20 Pictures of a Programmer’s Life

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Today when I was searching for some articles on internet and I found this awesome collections of programmer’s life on a blog.

Here is the best 20 pictures of a programmer’s life:

When project manager enters the office


When I’m deploying code to production


When I try to fix a bug at 3 in the morning


When I’m told that module on which I have worked all the week will never be used


When sysadmin finally gives us the root access


When I apply a new CSS for the first time



When I launch my script for the first time after several hours of development


When the app goes into beta and the first bug reports arrive


When the boss is looking for someone to urgently fix a difficult bug


When my script finally worked


When I realize that i have been blocked for two hours because of a forgotten semicolon



When a bug goes unnoticed during a presentation

When the code that i have not tested on dev works perfectly in production


When I start coding without doing analysis first


When they tell me the website has to be supported by IE6


When I manage to replace 200 line of code by 10 line



When I go off for the weekend while everyone else is still trying to fix bugs


When project manager thinks that I can handle whole project all by myself


When I find a solution without searching Google


When a thing that worked on Friday no longer works on Monday

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House-M.D. July 31, 2016 - 4:21 pm

first pic is my favourite…:)

sam March 22, 2016 - 10:34 am

an ultimate story of a developer ;)

Anonymous March 21, 2016 - 11:18 am

so true!

Aimal January 16, 2016 - 3:24 pm

Great Article! :D

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