Collection of Best Developer's Reaction Gifs (2013)

Bringing a sysadmin to a social event

Why DOS attacks stop - behind the scenes

Adjusting to minute requirement change

After fixing a difficult bug

Almost ran UPDATE without WHERE

Asking the security team for a firewall exception

Bug appears during presentation

Bug reports after a new release

Codebase over time

Complex regexp worked exactly as expected

Dealing with new hire s enthusiasm

Debugging recursive code

Delivering to management a last minute request

Developing without specifications

DevOps tools applied in real life

Errors in unit tests and you know it s your fault

Examing the specs


Fixing a huge bug with a single line of code

Fixing bugs

Giving an estimate for the next release

Go live day

How people feel when CTO enforces dressing code for board meeting

I don t need this piece of code

I don t need to test that What can possibly go wrong

Integrating 3rd party stuff

Just when you thought you finished working on a project

Last day before the release

Lets ignore the tests for now

Looking at what you wrote yesterday

Migrating away from old datacenter

One of those days

Realizing that accidentally deleted code was already pushed

Senior Developer explaining how to use his library

Shall we buy MacBooks to look cool but install Ubuntu on them

Showcasing your cool new feature

Someone enabled DHCP server on their laptop

Spent all day fixing merge conflict Wrong branch

Stepping a long loop when debugging

Successful production release and let s go for beers

Sudden error rate of 50 for your Application

Team work

Testing interface on Internet Explorer

Tests all green at first run

The boss comes to the office on Monday morning

The moment you realize what exactly you are asked to do

This looks secur wait a minute

Try / Catch

Trying to automate things sometimes

Trying to code to W3C standards

Upgrade with zero downtime

Waiting for cache to clear

Watching Management discuss with Developers

What happens when you do not keep some distance from your customers

When all the tests pass but deployment fails

When my coworker complains about how hard to use is Git compared to SVN

When the customer wants to add more features before the deadline

Writing unit tests

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  • Darius
  • December 5, 2013, 4:32 am
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    No idea what any of these words mean, but enjoyed the gifs haha

    To a non developer, some of them should speak for themselves.

    Generally the rest are related to the fact "you will not get it right the first time", "attempting to fix it will only make more things to fix", and "the two last quotes not occurring is very unlikely and should be considered a success" :)
    - SkinnyBill December 5, 2013, 6:59 pm
    cheers for the translation buddy!

    Also you changed your display picture
    - poopiteepoop December 5, 2013, 7:30 pm
    Yeah, getting tired of that face now. I was gonna say I grew up a bit, but that picture clearly states that is not the case either
    - SkinnyBill December 6, 2013, 12:49 pm
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    #48 Nevermind the fact the chain is clearly TAPED ON

    looks more like a weld to me
    - Micha12354 December 5, 2013, 1:50 pm
    yep, definitely a weld...
    - MIKYTEY December 5, 2013, 2:54 pm
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    #42 is a scene from Arrested Development. Buster crushes the skull :)
    Great post also!

    • coops93
    • December 7, 2013, 7:02 pm
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