I am a member of various forums and joined to both contribute and learn from others. One thing I need to realize is there are some lazy mofos that will never get it! For example, I am a member of Digital Point and found this post in the programming section.
The poster asks how to create PHP websites with a template engine and cited Smarty as an example. First, did the poster visit the Smarty site and read the documentation? My guess is no, he or she is a lazy mofo that wants others to do all of the work.
Other members respond with links to the Smarty crash course and sample application. Nice enough considering this was a stupid question, but we need to help the newbies. The lazy poster should thank others for their responses and move forward, right?
Here is where I get pissed: The original poster thanks the others for their replies, but has the nerve to restate that he or she does not know how to use Smarty and needs help! I am fed up with all the lazy members! RTFM (Read The F* Manual).
There is a new search engine in town. Former Google employees have launched kewl, cool, cuil. Cuil claims to be the world's biggest search engine with 3x's more pages than Google and 10x's more pages than Microsoft. How did they come up with these numbers?
I run on the threadmill several times a week, but do not have the brute power of this fool demolishing the threadmill! Check out his homeboy lounging in the chair, just chillin' while his boy is doing a face plant. Bruhahah!
I deleted all of my parked domain names from Sedo.com and moved them to Parked.com to compare the performance of the progams. In the transition, I had to update nameservers for a total of 98 domain names.
I started changing the nameservers one by one without much thought, but I noticed that I had just wasted an hour updating nameservers! I should have used the bulk nameserver edit feature provided by GoDaddy. Damnit!
I am assisting a team out of Vegas with an online gaming site. I was tasked with the analysis of a popular online game and asked to produce a high-level analysis document, including an estimate of effort to reproduce the game.
Okay, let's do it. I downloaded the client software and immediately noticed it required the Java runtime. Hmmmm, Java code my favorite (NOT) programming language. The installation copied the Java class files to the file system, so it was time to inspect her gadget!
Being a resourceful person and *cough* hacker, I invoked the handy-dandy Java
decompiler and proceeded to decompile the game! I now have the Java source code to the game, but am a bit surprised the code is a huge pile of spaghetti.
Now that I think about it, I am not as surprised as I thought I was seeing the
code. I guess I was expecting to see some great Java considering the game is driving a large gaming site. If the UI looks great, who cares about the crappy software design?
The Zimbabwe economy and inflation is out of control! The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has issued currency in crazy denominations these past few months. Check out this 500 million dollar note worth approximately $1.93 USD. Yeah, 2.5 billion cash money fools.
A friend forwarded me the link to the following article. It is hosted on The Best Page in the Universe, so check it out. Maddox reminds me of Zed a bit, go figure. BTW, check out the other articles and sections on the site.
its perfectly okay to have a user error once and while, we all make mistakes. However!!!, if you are a user on a system you being using for years and you still til this day still make tons of your own freaking error and worst yet, you pad yourself on the back when you found a bug because you keep on forgetting how you are suppose to be using it and have to desperately advertise to the whole department to ensure your staff knows you are working . daym,.. you get a post on BO!!!! on WassupJose.com
Can I please get a BOOoo! for this person.?! I'll be nice and let this person be nameless this time.
Every time MSBuild fails to successfully complete a build a work item is created. Since I'm the self-appointed build fixer(monger), I wanted to make sure that I'm notified every time a build fails, so I can take corrective action. This article points out a super easy way to make this happen. Just added the "Assigned To=" attribute and list the name of the person to assign it to.
Assigned To=St. Jean, Steven;
Steps To Reproduce=Start the build using Team Build
So I owe Ben(my previous TFS admin) some thanks and he also owes me an apology.
I owe him some thanks for making 2008 solutions build seamlessly in TFS2005! I had completely forgotten that a workaround was needed to build 2008 solutions in 2005 msbuild. However, you owe me a fucking apology for letting me forget because I told my clients that TFS2005 could build 2008 solutions! Now I have to go build a proxy exe so that TFS can build the 2008 and getting this damn thing installed is going to be next to impossible.
Although, come to think about it...Is your proxy code checked into Source Control? I bet it isn't...