Programmers' day. Congratulations!

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  1. General

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    Hi! Today, on the 256th day of the year, we celebrate our professional holiday! I 'd like to congratulate my colleagues and wish effective solutions, bug-free code and wide recognition of your efforts!

    Good luck!
     
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    yay programmers day should be a national holiday
     
  3. General

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    It's the programmers' day again! Congratulations!
    What has changed in your work since the previous year? As for me I entered flash-game development, released 3 games and planning to release more. :)
     
  4. Karja

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    I'd love for this day to be a national holiday. How would every coder celebrate it? By sitting indoors writing code, of course. Maybe with a glass of wine to toast himself.
     
  5. Roman Budzowski

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    I'd hate to see it a national holiday... there are too many holidays already ;-) One day holidays get you out of rhythm and you become less productive.

    Maybe I should do some extra coding today. I so much miss old days when I could code for 8 hours straight. Now I feel lucky when I get a chance to code for an hour (that's how my tasks have changed).
     
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    I've started my new project this morning :)
     
  7. Richard Nunes

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    Wine? Many of the programmers I know will likely celebrate with cans of highly-caffeinated beverages.
     
  8. Musenik

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    Right day. But a REAL programmer would have called it day 255. :) Happy coding, everyone! I've enjoyed it quite a bit already. Fix'n bugs. Mak'n bugs. Still in the equal amounts of fix'n and mak'n stage of development.
     
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    I celebrated yesterday with 3 cool cans of Mountain Dew Code Red ;) (I also did a little programming in between that and college)
     
  10. MaxDaniel

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    I have never heard about the programmers day. If this happens it will be great. A day only for developers.
     
  11. Applewood

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    To all bot authors:

    Saying something like "thanks for the post" absolutely identifies you as a spammer. Must try harder, C-
     
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  13. Davaris

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    Ditto on celebrating day 255. Its up to you IndieGamer. Please put up a big banner marking this day, next year.
     

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