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Florian Rohrweck
Florian Rohrweck
8 years ago

yep 🙂

Frank Merchant
Frank Merchant
8 years ago

I can't help but think that poor little guys last thought was: oh swEET GOD NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

David Moralez
David Moralez
8 years ago

Where I work, switch the developer with tester and know you're talking! 😉

Billy Spelchan
Billy Spelchan
8 years ago

Your picture fails to show the cliff in the opposite direction.

Kelly Allen
Kelly Allen
8 years ago

OMG!, that is exactly how I feel. It's hard to be a developer.

Sean Patrick
Sean Patrick
8 years ago

What is that thing?

Cordell Lawrence
Cordell Lawrence
8 years ago

LOL!

Sean Patrick
Sean Patrick
8 years ago

LOL, looks like a wet rat…hope they enjoy.

Paul Gatling
Paul Gatling
8 years ago

+Sean Patrick dinner…

diane swan
diane swan
8 years ago

LOL..

Drew Jones
Drew Jones
8 years ago

It has become life lesson #363456243523

John Howard
John Howard
8 years ago

Sean Patrick from the picture, I am guessing a snack.

basma Umoh
basma Umoh
8 years ago

(funny).not always easy but a lil more effort can bring a good result.

Stephen Jennings
Stephen Jennings
8 years ago

So true!

Qiu Yun Luo
Qiu Yun Luo
8 years ago

very true???

Margaret Hester
Margaret Hester
8 years ago

ohhh +StillmanAdam 

Manojkumar Muralidharan
Manojkumar Muralidharan
8 years ago

A developer's life ! So true 

ryadh benammar
ryadh benammar
8 years ago

It deppend on developper's knowledge !!

Jim McCloskey
Jim McCloskey
8 years ago

…only sometimes?

Ashlyn Beynon
Ashlyn Beynon
8 years ago

hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Josh Kowalski
Josh Kowalski
8 years ago

Thanksgiving came early this year guys

Dennis Reed
Dennis Reed
8 years ago

As a former tester, why is it that every time we got a new build it was always available Friday at 5pm?

altagracia corporan
altagracia corporan
8 years ago

que abusadores son

David Hallum
David Hallum
8 years ago

Glad the tester is represented!

David Hallum
David Hallum
8 years ago

+Dennis Reed That is soooo true! I was supposed to have a build today….guess what?! It's been postponed…imagine that. I wonder if it will be ready by tomorrow at 5?!

Stuart Arnett
Stuart Arnett
8 years ago

economic developer in today's climate? same thing! LOL, thanks.

Ronald Czik
Ronald Czik
8 years ago

LOL

Bella Hoffman
Bella Hoffman
8 years ago

wow funny

Alvin Quidem
Alvin Quidem
8 years ago

Even though I'm sure this isn't the case in the picture,  I kind of saw the tester as trying to get to the developer and save the day by letting them know all the bugs in the software so that they can fix it before the managers and clients get to them.  See +Amanda Blain , the helpful tester to the rescue. =)

Daniel Mitchell
Daniel Mitchell
8 years ago

Yep when something goes wrong its the devs fault, if the project is successful the manager gets the praise

Zain Usmani
Zain Usmani
8 years ago

Creative team 🙂

Paul Dorchak
Paul Dorchak
8 years ago

I try to be nice to my developers but sometimes they lack in the communications department

Amanda Blain
Amanda Blain
8 years ago

Noted.. high amount of vocal testers following me here 🙂

Donnie Patterson
Donnie Patterson
8 years ago

I feel ya

Paul Dorchak
Paul Dorchak
8 years ago

I'm hoping to move into business analysis soon

Paul Dorchak
Paul Dorchak
8 years ago

I do have all the respect in the world for my devs

Joshua Pritt
Joshua Pritt
8 years ago

Funny because it's true!

Daniel Mitchell
Daniel Mitchell
8 years ago

+Alvin Quidem the testers are trying to be the first to the scene so they can tell everyone about the DEFECT!! When the bug makes it into production (ie the tester didn't find it) the picture will show the testers lying down asleep and the managers and clients in the lead.

Layba Zaman
Layba Zaman
8 years ago

Hmmm, I don't know

Steve Sutherland
Steve Sutherland
8 years ago

Haha, funny but so true!

Kirk Ford
Kirk Ford
8 years ago

Honey badger don't care.

Isa Clinton
Isa Clinton
8 years ago

Lol

Steve Cole
Steve Cole
8 years ago

The Developer needs to go independent and get a backer (an Elephant).  Tigers don't match up to Elephants.

Jim Beardsley
Jim Beardsley
8 years ago

Very true, of course — but i always thoht of myself more as a tortoise.. proud, very calm, very patient, always analytical, confident, wise, tough shelled (impervious to all the hype, and teeth? what teeth?), intimately aware of everything that trips-up everyone running around, always accused of being too slow, and very nearly always right.

akshat sharma
akshat sharma
8 years ago

I hear you. Add design to the pack.

Kishan Lingampally
Kishan Lingampally
8 years ago

nice

Alvin Quidem
Alvin Quidem
8 years ago

Yeah, I was throwing testers a bone there +Daniel Mitchell .  Most of my testers are pretty much asleep and don't seem to find easy to spot bugs.  I rely more on my automated unit tests to save me.  When a bug is found after release, the testers are usually right with the clients and managers complaining to me on how could we have shipped with such a known bug.  I've learned to just take the brunt of it and just SMH.  As a developer, you will rarely win that fight.  =)

singavarapu john paul
singavarapu john paul
8 years ago

good concept

Alexandre Pina
Alexandre Pina
8 years ago

great,… interesting point of view.

Nelson James
Nelson James
8 years ago

Add anyone creating something. There's no patience for creation in the business world. Even though that's one of the most essential parts of business.

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