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Italian chef: We have the best spaghetti in the world
PHP developer: I doubt that

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  • 44
    JS Developer: Hold my beer
  • 30
    Brainfuck: Hold on, bitch
  • 12
    Python developers: hold my beer, I'll show you how it's done
  • 5
    LOLCODE developers: Hold my bagel. I'll do it.
  • 10
    My coworker using CSS: I'm gonna show you how its done.
  • 9
    Theres a difference between a PHP Developer and a PHP legacy code maintainer.
  • 12
    C++ developers: hold my macros and templates.
  • 20
    Assembly developer : what is food ?
  • 4
    Me: I like spaghetti
  • 3
    After years of laughing at muggles not understanding Java != JavaScript
    I'm afraid I have to point out
    Spaghetti != Spaghetti code

    Come on left hand is good right hand is not....
  • 7
    Hold my GOTO
  • 6
    New C++ Developers: HA! filthy casuals
  • 6
    C developer: my fork has a whole array of pointers.
  • 2
    I liked the joke, but downvoted due to wrong category tag.
  • 2
    C++ developer :collect this garbage
  • 3
    Ook dev: hold my banana
  • 1
    Lisp: spaghetti ain't Italian, I invented it ;)
  • 0
    @-ANGRY-CLIENT- calm down Satan
  • 0
    @2lazy2debug MUHAHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA
  • 0
    French Dev’s: Hold my baguette
  • 0
    Malboge dev: now stfu and lemme show you how it's done.
  • 2
    Whatever. My code is not supposed to be understood by other humans.
    PHP is the best way to make your software truly unique.
  • 0
    Arch linux dev: BTW I use Arch
  • 1
  • 1
    @Hagrid I feel that every php developer is legacy maintainer, I have one writing legacy code for new features!
  • 0
    Italian chef: "But I mean PASTA!"
    PHP dev: "Yeah, me too, copy PASTA!"
  • 1
    @devJs and I'm currently writing legacy code for new features into a legacy app so that at least I don't add a new/another extra flavor of spaghetti.
  • 1
    @Midnight-shcode its all good as long as code looks the same across the app

    when you introduce modern code in legacy app is where the shitstorm starts!
  • 1
    @devJs or when you're forced to introduce a "fuck off, will ya?!" code that does a direct plain ajax request onto the server, not using the fancy RequestManager that all of the original app uses, because THAT FUCKING SUPPOSEDLY GENERAL-USE CLASS BREAKS FOR WHATEVER REASON WHEN I TRY TO MAKE IT MAKE ONE EXTRA REQUEST THAT WASN'T IN THE ORIGINAL APP, AND AIN'T NO FRIGGIN HELL I'M WASTING TIME DEBUGGING THAT SHIT.
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