• Features Are So Easy To Add Meme

    There is always that one person on the call that is either on QA or a BA that loves to agree to features and throw out ideas like it can be done over night. Simple right? I will just whip a 1 week long feature in a day, no big deal.  Having a team that […]

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  • Feel Like A Programmer

    That magical moment when you complete a project and successfully release with minimal issues.  I like a feel a programmer.  Professional status. Enjoy that moment because then it goes back into the stress of development for the next several quarters.  It’s the small things. User submissions welcome.  Email: admin@developermemes.com

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  • Tactical Facepalm

    Remember that one time when the new guy wiped out a database by doing a delete without a where clause?  Yeah, that happens.  For that, you get a tactical facepalm for your failure to handle operations successfully. User submissions welcome.  Email: admin@developermemes.com

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  • Third Party Api Facepalm

    Maybe not just for API’s but this third party facepalm is one that I wish I could send to the third party API’s I have had to work with.  Whether is them bringing down the API for maintenance with no notice, changing the location of the API, and end of life the API with little […]

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  • The Facepalm

    I had not heard of a facepalm until my first .net development job.  I checked in a change that broke the build and before I even knew what happened the other developers were flooding my desk with facepalms.  It wasn’t long until I got to start dishing them out but let me tell you I […]

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  • Support All Scenarios Including Mobile

    With the smartphone industry taking over it is impossible not to support every platform but also a huge challenge to actually support all platforms and scenarios.  That is my favorite expectation from above, that it needs to look, work, flow exactly the same no matter what environment your site or app is running on. I […]

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