Who Said Programming Isn’t a Dangerous Job?!

Because sometimes…this is exactly how I feel. Have a wonderful Friday!


About Sareen

A software developer who loves to draw cartoons!
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10 Responses to Who Said Programming Isn’t a Dangerous Job?!

  1. Simon says:

    First! …..

    hehehe, jks. Been debugging all day, with crappy GDB, just to catch a bug that was seen once and can’t reproduce it! 😦
    All this is happening on a friday too!! #fml big time!

    yallah 1 more hour to go for the weekend.

  2. Fadi says:

    When all else fails, bugs can become features 🙂 Learned that from experience !

  3. Simon says:

    Sareen, check out this link,
    History’s Worst Software Bugs:

  4. Abdulhamid says:

    It’s funny cartoon.
    But in modern design and engineering concepts ,bugs amount are minimized to the least.
    Most of the programs can be released without blocking bugs.miner bugs are regular component for any new released software product.
    The most brilliant way to discover these bugs by making the users the same as testers,so they can report the bugs dynamically and the development team can fix the most of them before the next miner release.
    nice cartoon 🙂

  5. Chadi says:

    Pretty neat. Hehe!

  6. Gino says:

    Abulhamid, it’s supposed to be funny, not an exact depiction of real-life =P

    I still find it insanely cool you’re a programmer too Sareen =D

  7. Avo says:

    this could be used for a maters NP-complete problem presentation… 😀

    …love the drawings.. cheerz

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