174
C0D4
2y

ive been doing webdev for many years now, but i think its time i move on before i die from crazies.

who the hell thought it was a good idea using emojis for fucking css class names.

Comments
  • 9
    @Floydian that i can accept 😎
  • 15
    If it's found on none-hobby website source code, I will kill the developer before killing myself.

    So that future developers can learn a dark lesson.
  • 6
  • 16
    That developer is a visionary, you're just jealous you didn't think of it.

    In other news, a free Wix website is just as good as something you'd pay a developer for.

    #SarcasmForClarification
  • 3
    @C0D4 omg sitepoint. 🤦‍♂️ They are supposed to be resources for developers.

    Just because we can do something doesn't mean we should.
  • 4
    @cursee it’s awesome. The css loads in the console, but go to raw file and chrome can’t handle it 😂
  • 33
    A while back I determined that SQL server was emoji compliant.

    USE [🏛] ;

    SELECT [😭], 🗜([🎾]), LEN(🍆)
    FROM dbo.[🎪]
    WHERE [🤔] = ‘🖕’;
  • 8
    @Moof 😥I think i just died inside.
  • 2
    @C0D4 I hate SQL server too.

    But actually though, non-ascii identifiers make life harder. Now, if you're trying to find an emoji in text, then it's nice to be able to input utf8 and not have the interpreter or compiler freak out
  • 3
    I knew this was coming! I have been trolling colleagues about using this for over two to three years now.
    Although I've got to admit that, now that it's happening, I'm not quite sure how I feel about it.
  • 3
    @beegC0de I don’t hate SQL... completely.

    But if ever see data fields with emojies, I’m just blowing that DB away
  • 2
    @C0D4 Will you blow the DB away even if the smiley is 😽
  • 2
    Guess who will use it in his next project 😏
  • 0
    These are dark times for devs...
Add Comment