Monday, 13 September 2010

Geeks in Armenia celebrate Programmer's day


Programmer Day is the 256th day of every year, September 13th or the 12th on leap years. 256 is the perfect 8th power and a byte can have 256 possible values. Bytes, as you might already know, are very important to programmers. I have no idea - why.

Armenian programmer's joined the rest of the world in celebrating the programmer's day. Celebration, it turned out, included making fun of programming and programmers. Not a bad way to mark it, if you ask me. And if you ask more - check out this FAQ.

Meanwhile, here are links to Programmer day posts from around the Armenian blogosphere, along with a mock poster, which reads: "Beware of programmers, most of them are nuts"

All I can add is - Happy Programmer Day.

http://www.f5blog.com/site/posts/axz13/#When:07:46:01Z
http://zubian.livejournal.com/124205.html
http://rubywedge.livejournal.com/101736.html
http://rubywedge.livejournal.com/101736.html
http://iza1976.livejournal.com/267748.html

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