Wow, it’s been over two years since my last twitter digest! I’ve made the effort to scroll all the down Twitter to recover all of the fun you’ve missed 😉 Seven pages of nice tweets, here goes the first ten!
Giray Özil @girayozil · 13 Nov 2013
Someone made an internal tool called POT. Efficiency of relevant meetings dropped 20% due to obvious jokes.
Filipe Fortes @fortes · 9 Nov 2013
Debugging is like being the detective in a crime movie where you are also the murderer.
Jeff Atwood @codinghorror · 5 Nov 2013
Complaint-Driven Development: identify the 10 things users complain about most in your software, and fix those things. It works.
Giray Özil @girayozil · 1 Aug 2013
A recruiter called at 6am. You’d think they’d see what timezone I’m in by looking at my resume but who has time to read resumes these days.
Giray Özil @girayozil · 17 Jul 2013
Every time you feel lazy and send a bug back to QA to see if it’s magically fixed itself, a tester’s puppy gets diarrhea.
Jeff Atwood @codinghorror · 12 May 2013
After searching, cloth “armor” is apparently a fantasy RPG conceit more than historical reality. Turns out cloth ain’t stopping swords.
Markus Persson @notch · 29 Mar 2013
I’m so tired I could sleep.
John Carmack @ID_AA_Carmack · 26 Mar 2013
Wasted a decent amount of time because an archaic SetColor() function was expecting 0-255 instead of 0.0 – 1.0.
Markus Persson @notch · 7 Mar 2013
Here’s a list of the things I like about EA:
John Carmack @ID_AA_Carmack · 5 Mar 2013
I advocate the use of an idVec2i type for all two integer element tasks over discrete x/y, width/height, etc. A lot of code is improved.