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I saw this yesterday and thought it's kind of nice. Probably not everybody will understand it as it's German. But the level of creativity is definitely gratifying

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  • 12
    Isn't the general consensus is to code in English?
  • 3
    @MrHadiSatrio in this case, it's an employment ad looking for a developer. Well done!
  • 4
    In the past months I've seen a lot of job ads like that, using random code.

    I'm starting to think that they are not original anymore.
  • 2
    @CoffeeAndHate I wouldn't say that it's random. It's quite specific and actually authentic due to the joking with the objects (employer and employee)
  • 2
    SO's been doing those for a while.
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  • 8
    BistLeidenschaftlicherProgrammierer? That's how german is fun you can build hell long words :)
  • 0
    Can someone please translate the german TODO comment in the end? The rest of it is pretty clear to me (non-German dude here)
  • 1
    @bioDan It says: "Apply now."
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    @DataSec danke!
  • 5
    @HalfBloodPrince but that only work for nouns. This is a full sentence. For example we merge the following nouns to one: Bundes Ausbildungs Forderungs Gesetz merges to Bundesausbildungsförderungsgesetz. 🙂
  • 0
    @HalfBloodPrince might be, because it's 3 words :P

    bistLeidenschaftlicherProgrammierer -> arePassionateProgrammer
  • 4
    I've seen one of these in English before. It's pretty much a clever job ad written in what looks to be Java or something. I like to look at these and see if this code could potentially actually run or if there will be a compiler/runtime error. lol
  • 0
    Nice! 😁
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    @ctwx haja, das kann man nur auf Deutsch. But you know what really wierd is that all german domain names has a hyphen between words and that's the only place where you can actually join words together. I don't know why we do this? Bin aber richtig schlecht in deutsch nur 6 punkte in der 12. Klasse geschrieben :))
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    @HalfBloodPrince because it's easier to identify words. Let's say peter-galabau.de then Peter is usually the name and galabau the company. Without the dash it would be harder to see both words, if they belong together or not.
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    From what I tell it's not really an exceptional Job. Then again, employers shouldn't just throw jobs around and see who catches them.
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    Genial ;)
  • 2
    It would be the best if it had "try"
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