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Holy ©   (2004-11-24 12:52) [0]

http://brainhaze.blogspot.com/2004/11/blog-post_23.html



Sash ©   (2004-11-24 14:25) [1]

:) cool!



Ega23 ©   (2004-11-24 14:30) [2]

As they say - through the mouth of a baby ....



TUser ©   (2004-11-24 14:36) [3]

Approximately according to such criteria, people choose their career of actors and photo models. They think that it is easy and loot - with spades. In fact, difficult, and loot - not all ...



TUser ©   (2004-11-24 14:37) [4]

Those. I mean, when choosing “fashionable” professions, many people have no idea what they will have to do, and their ideas about the profession are naive, down to sabzh and beyond



Rem ©   (2004-11-24 14:37) [5]

... says his grandmother



ИМХО ©   (2004-11-24 15:44) [6]

The concept of "programmer" has long devalued



Dmitriy O   (2004-11-24 15:50) [7]

This is because everyone considers the work of a programmer difficult, except for programmers who know how simple it is.

Words of truth!



Johnmen ©   (2004-11-24 15:54) [8]

> Dmitriy O (24.11.04 15: 50) [7]
> Words of truth!

Did the programmer tell you this?



Rule ©   (2004-11-24 15:58) [9]

Johnmen © (24.11.04 15: 54) [8]
GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, well podkolit Dmitrycha ...



raidan ©   (2004-11-24 17:11) [10]

Happiness :)
"How many programmers" are from the same opera "how many sysadmins" :) And sysadmins are children who can put Windows at most on the second attempt, run HL2 from the first time and count in mind :)



Kerk ©   (2004-11-24 18:17) [11]

".... a programmer from me will not work and will have to look for a real job." :)))))))))))))))



Digitman ©   (2004-11-24 18:34) [12]


> Why are so many programmers


because in the near foreseeable future, users will always be at least an order of magnitude larger than this brother burnt by all the winds and cursed by all gods)



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