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10 things to know when dating a developer

December 17th, 2005 by Jabez Gan [MVP]

Following are 10 things you need to know when dating a developer (or any kind of techie.)

\1. When projects have a deadline approaching, all plans are tentative.

\2. Your body/sex appeal are nothing compared to the power of a processor.

\3. You will NEVER be the Apple of his eye.

\4. Profanity is his friend.

\5. If you love him you will be standing by with a lot of caffeine.

\6. There is no rest for the weary.

\7. Rubies and Pearls are not what you think.

\8. One screen is never enough.

\9. if (loveBoyfriend = 1 ) {learn();}

\10. There is nothing like being the one there when he completes something new.

Do you think it’s true? Let’s ask Joseph ๐Ÿ˜›

Credits to Emily

Source: Dating an Apple Developer

Posted in Daily Life, Humour | 2 Comments »


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2 Responses

  1. Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD Says:

    1. Absolutely, as if any plan falls through, it would leave a huge gap of extra time in your schedule which will throw off every single next item on your list.

    2. There is no such thing, and therefore raw statistics/results are always more empowering than ‘looks’.

    3. N/A

    4. I like to live life simply. There is no room for profanity, unless you are trying to upset/get rid of someone.

    5. Doubt it, as if you are standing by with caffeine you inevitably drink some, and therefore cannot help yourself from actually becoming an assistant.

    6. Wrong. To rest while weary means you will do your next task better, and therefore everything averages out.

    7. Don’t recognize the meaning of that statement.

    8. False, you can remote into every computer you own by using one monitor, one keyboard, one mouse, and one set of speakers.

    9. :S Can’t comment as that is in C# and I don’t comment on things in C#. . . ๐Ÿ˜› Perhaps you mean:
    If LoveBoyFriend = True Then : Learn() : End If

    10. Correct. There is nothing like sharing in the blame when the bugs surface.

    ๐Ÿ™‚ Well, I think that pretty much answers the questions.

  2. Patrick S Says:

    Ha Ha Ha Awesome…
    stupid macs’