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Programming Memes For Tired Devs Who Could Use A Break

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    Vertebrate - Programming on computer Programming on paper in school
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    Organism - SNEAKED IN I'M A SNEAKY FOX YOUR HOUSE 3. SAT ON YOUR COUCH ATE YOUR PASTA PUSHED TO GOOGLE MASTER BRANCH © Li Chen exocomics.com
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    Green - w/heritenglien There are 10 types of people in this world, those who understand binary, those who dont, Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 3 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 4 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 5 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 6 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 7 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 8 Those who didn't expect this joke to be in base 9 Those who didn't expect this joke to b
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    Cartoon - The 3 stages of Programmer Fuck Young and Motivated everyone and dumb and hopeful everything
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    Facial hair - When your write code so well that you have to add errors just to make sure the compiler is working correctly DJ KHALED SUFFERING FROM SUCCESS PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT made with mematic
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    Elbow - when was string invented | Imagos O Videos E News i More Sottings Tools About 44,300,000 results (0.49 seconds) 120,000 Years Ago New Research Suggests Humans Invented String at Least 120,000 Years Ago. Jul 10, 2020 www.smithsonianmag.com smart-news study-suggests. New Research Suggests Humans Invented String at Least. people before 120,000 years ago imgflip.com
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    Body of water - Land !Land
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    Finger - PCGAMER.COM Larry Tesler, inventor of the cut, copy, and paste commands, dies at 74 Every Programmer Ever:
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    Text - ... r/AskReddit u/bobrementizo · 6m If Reddit didn't exist, where would you be on the internet right now? 1 Share SINGLE COMMENT THREAD VIEW ALL Hardrocknerd1 · 6m Probably on StackOverflow actually getting some programming done Reply Vote
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    Comics - THAT WAS SURPRISINGLY EASY. HOW COME THE ROBOTIC UPRISING USED SPEARS AND ROCKS INSTEAD OF MISSILES AND LASERS? IF YOU LOOK TO HISTORICAL DATA, THE VAST MA JORITY OF BATTLE-WINNERS USED PRE-MODERN WEAPONRY. Thanks to machine-learning algorithms, the robot apocalypse was short-lived.
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    Window - When you ask network engineer to design frontend... fb.me/yuva.krishna.memes
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    Hair - Some day we won't even need coders any more. We'll be able to just write the specification and the program will write itself Oh wow, you're right! We'll be able to write a comprehensive and precise spec and bam, we won't need programmers any more! Exactly! And do you know the industry term for a project specification that is comprehensive and precise enough to generate a program? Code It's called code Uh... no... CommitStrip.com
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    Text - Rachit Mishra @rachitex I feel like the internet has given me such unrealistic expectations for my software development career. For example, getting heavily paid. 2:33 PM · 29 May 19 Twitter for Android 08
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    Line - PAIR PROGRAMMING MONKEYUSER.COM COPY SINGLETON (3).JAVA WILL DO! ωANT ΤΟ ANOTHER PAIR PROGRAM? TEMPORARY НАСК SURE! WE SHOULD START WITH A UNIT TEST INDEED, OL' CHAP
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    Nature - How the Indian guy from YouTube explains How your professor explains it it
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    Dress shirt - Need 4+ years of experience using a framework The guy who wrote the framework 1.5 years ago
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    Organism - My brain after 8 hours of sleep 4hours of sleep My brain after I just added 15 new classes, 28 integration tests, and have 80% code coverage Help, the compiler is saying "Syntax Error"
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    Branch - When you only know HTML and develop a web application FIOO ERAPIA
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    Font - r/programming } u/The_Grandmother 9h 1 3 Every single google service is currently out, including their cloud console. Let's take a moment to feel the google.com pain of their devops team 合4.0k ↑, Share +Award 446 SINGLE COMMENT THREAD VIEW ALL lazic_· 9h 9 Awards Did they try to fix them by inverting a binary tree? O Reply 1.9k
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    Organism - me explaining how -complex it was to make new feature actually work my project manager waiting to tell me that client changed his mind and doesn't wants it anymore
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    Text - it's not a Data Breach it's a Suprise Backup securety 所
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    Aqua - "playc" Player col piec ureamstime. Auare) estrip subst Tauno Talimaa @tauntz 步 I sit in a dark room and project code straight to my face while solving complicated problems. This helps me to immerse myself in it and "feel" the code. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob 2:17 PM - May 4, 2018
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    Organism - Java Arrays start at 0 JS Lua MATLAB Arrays start at 1 OPerl Arrays can start wherever _(9)_/" Arrays start at 4, STAR| stop at 6, restart at 1, stop again at 3, restart at 7 then continue on WARS
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    Eyewear - When your line of code does not change color somethingis wrong I can feel it
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    Astronaut - ALWAYS HAVE BEEN WAIT, HAVE YOU JÚST BEEN GOOGLING EVERY QUESTION I ASKYOU? imgtip.com
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    Violin family - Closing all the tabs after solving a pesky programming bug
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    Forehead - Me after not touching a piece of code for a week I've never met this code in my life.
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    Toy - The Google Frontend developer who waited all his life for his error 500 page to finally be seen Something went wrong... YouTubew Soarch ZW
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    Human - Spending 4 hours fixing a bug and realizing that the code you've been compiling was not the code you've been fixing
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    Property - Junior devs writing comments: STOP THIS IS A STOP SIGN
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    Grey - Trying random stuff for hours instead of reading the documentation
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    People - Programming in... Enterprise company katzease Startups
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    Jaw - World: *Exists* New Programmers: 0 0000
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    Text - Paul Graham replied Tawanda Nyahuye @towernter What is the biggest lie you have heard from a programmer? 6:42 PM - Jul 10, 2020 - Twitter for Android 362 Retweets and comments 1.4K Likes Paul Graham O @paulg 7h Replying to @towernter "It should work now." O 27 ta 54 V 1.1K
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    Motor vehicle - LEFT EXIT 12 A bunch of A fancy debugger print calls EAS Programmers imgflip.com

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