So there has been a much-needed spate of thinkpieces of late about why there are so few women in tech. Consensus: because tech dudes are often sexist bags of brogrammer skin and maybe kinda ladies don't want to hang out/be bossed around by those dudes. Smart take! (Is this about all dudes in tech? No. Should you write us and explain how you are not this sort of dude? No.) So last night,
...despite all the opportunities we straight white male types have taken to demonstrate that we are anything but delightful, fair-minded, or for that matter, provably minded.
this is so good.
one look at that guy and my ovaries shrivel up and die.
Yes. Yes, I am.
VB&#039;s almost grown up now, although there&#039;s still that whole thing about needing additional assemblies to patch the differences between the VB way and the .Net way, but the lasting legacy is that the population of programmers who prefer VB still tends towards people who think UI first and don&#039;t think about infrastructure and architecture. This creates a strong tendency for them to create ill-designed, messy code. I&#039;ve had to maintain some of what they produced, and I didn&#039;t like it.
Hmmm. How do you <i>really </i>feel about this?
In Python, it would simply be Brain = None.
Short for Paxton, probably. Not that it matters.
You mean, THE Pax Dickinson?
Bro Pax ought to check out monster.com for technology media jobs in the Republic of North Colorado -- it sounds like his kind of place.
Are you suggesting that the popped collar and shades somehow overcome this asshole&#039;s poor social skills, low EQ, and sexual frustration?
<i>have a&hellip;limited&hellip;understanding of the First Amendment</i>
Well that and the fact that they keep confusing it with a Patronus Charm.
You mean outside of Three 6 Mafia?
That was almost better than sex.
.... in son
Is that VB with <em>bro</em>ces?