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Paul Kimmel sends up the IT workplace with another parody based on the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy. Depending on how close to home these comical scenarios hit, you may not know whether to laugh or cry.
Dear Santa, all Paul Kimmel wants for Christmas is code that employs whole words and a sane use of capitalization, abolishing funny prefix characters and prefix notations. Is he asking too much?
If you asked Charlton Heston, Moses in the epic film The Ten Commandments, to list 10 useful commandments for programmers, Paul Kimmel believes this would be his answer.
Paul Kimmel offers an ode to the symbiotic relationship between the programmer and the tester, positing that software quality suffers when one generalist assumes both roles.
If every project you work on has a schedule before it has a plan, you might be suffocating in a constipated bureaucracy. That's just one of the 36 workplace quips you'll find as Paul Kimmel does for programmers what Jeff Foxworthy did for rednecks.
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