Posts Tagged ‘hexadecimal numbers’

Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

June 16, 2015

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

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Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

March 27, 2015

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

December 27, 2014

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

October 20, 2014

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

August 16, 2014

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 1.3 — Are You A Software Engineer?

March 31, 2014

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

 

Life of A Programmer — Session 1 — Are You A Software Engineer?

January 24, 2014

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

 

Life of A Programmer — Session 1 — Are You A Software Engineer?

October 20, 2013

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

Life of A Programmer — Session 1 — Are You A Software Engineer?

August 20, 2013

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 1 — Are You A Software Engineer?

July 2, 2013

I used to know a software engineer who did not just “do it” at work.

He had significant personal accounting difficulties.

He occasionally would use hexadecimal numbers on the checks that he wrote.

Most assuredly, software engineering defined him as a person.

So I will again repeat my question. Are you a software engineer?

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE