Thursday, February 14, 2013

Who says developers aren't romantic?

All I've got so far is  "Roses are red, violets are blue.   Your code builds so fast, your bugs  are so few…"
For the record, I have no idea what the last post means, but I DO recognize that it is geeky on entirely too many levels.  That said, I love it.  That's right, I said it.  And since we're now on the topic, Happy Valentine's Day!  How's that for a segway, segue?

If poetry is not your thing. Here's a few ideas for your geeky loved one.

Title: Who says developers aren't romantic
Snarky: All I've got so far is "Roses are red, violets are blue. Your code builds so fast, your bugs are so few…"


  1. You should have had a contest! "It's Valentine's Day, we're stuck in our cube, it's entirely inappropriate you brought me some lube." (or the SFW version: "let's give up on our code and watch some YouTube."

  2. Some really interesting stuff here, Brett...due to our two eps a day screenings here we are already on episode 16 of Season 11 now! But so much of what you say in this post resonates. I watch every single day if I can (I can work while I watch, not a couch potato!) and am of the opinion that KL is like no other soap in so many way. The characters and events are so much more realistic, even when far-fetched. They even go to the bathroom! And storylines are followed through properly, with everyone behaving in character too. THE BEST - and now I am dreading it ending all over again! I'll just have to re-live it through your great blog!EarnHoney

  3. Sid's baffling explanation about coming to terms with your significant other having friends outside of the marriage is another reason not to like Sid. At the end when he asks Richard if he understands, and Richard just blandly says, "no" I'm completely with him. I'm very excited for what's about to happen with Sid.EarnHoney

  4. The world of web development is still very much misunderstood. We've even heard people call it a "dark art". DB Designer