Pequeña recopilación de tweets que me sacaron una sonrisa.
Trying to run jQuery on Rhino in Java? Put a $ in the jar.— Zach Leatherman (@zachleat) June 21, 2012
Average length of Java one-liner is 21 line!
— DevOps Borat (@DEVOPS_BORAT) September 12, 2011
Why spend 15 seconds writing 3 lines of code when you could spend 30 minutes writing a regex?
— Andrew Bredow (@andrewbredow) September 15, 2011
If I were an HTML tag, I'd probably be LEGEND.
— David Walsh (@davidwalshblog) September 27, 2011
— Nacho Álvarez (@neonigmacdb) December 29, 2011
If Apollo 13 had been full of consultants: "Houston? We have an opportunity."
— Simon Bisson (@sbisson) January 2, 2012
Let's argue about whether Haskell or Clojure is better while somebody else ships products using PHP and duct tape.
— R. Tyler Croy (@agentdero) February 29, 2012
Some people, wanting an escape from their full-time job, think "I know, I'll contribute to open source." Now they have two full-time jobs.
— Tom Dale (@tomdale) March 5, 2012
Parentheses are like bacon strips — if you're not sure you have enough, just add another layer.
— Matthew Might (@mattmight) March 7, 2012
"XML is like violence – if it doesn’t solve your problems, you are not using enough of it" – from nokogiri doc
— upside-down mind (@upsidedownmind) April 11, 2012