As a parent, I read a lot of children’s books. Each time I pick up one of these literary masterpieces, I can’t help but stare at amazement at the words in front of me. It’s hard to believe that such a delightful work of art was conceived of, written, edited, printed, distributed, and sold by and to adults.
Since I had so much fun writing about comment spam before, I just had to do it again. This time, I thought it would be interesting to see which posts were the most popular with spammers. The results might surprise you.
In a recent poll about most hated jobs, Director of Information Technology topped the list. That’s right, IT Directors hate their jobs more than anyone else. More than garbage collectors, executioners, telemarketers, investment bankers, S&P employees, elected politicians, unelected politicians, network executives, and network executive assistants.
What a crazy week it was on the stock exchanges. Huge swings up and down, see-sawing back and forth, massive losses followed by massive gains, unbridled despair followed by unbridled joy, and so on and so forth.
Before I started blogging, I was only peripherally aware of an internet phenomenon known as comment spam.
I don’t like calling code bases legacy. The word “legacy” makes people think of Ivy League schools, vintage leather couches, and Dad’s old bottle of Scotch. It rarely elicits the kind of feeling of pain and despair one normally gets when dealing with old code. So instead, I prefer to call crusty old code Hostile. Dealing with […]
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