Programming Sucks

Also, the bridge was designed as a suspension bridge, but nobody actually knew how to build a suspension bridge, so they got halfway through it and then just added extra support columns to keep the thing standing, but they left the suspension cables because they’re still sort of holding up parts of the bridge.

The first paragraph of this article sums up working as a programmer perfectly.

This is also the first time I’m witnessing a use of title case – in mid-sentence. Conveys a whole new meaning. For example:

after you get through the fifteen security checks installed by Dave because Dave had his sweater stolen off his desk once and Never Again.

“Never Again”. Brilliant.