It’s holiday time, and what better way to reward your favorite programmer geek than with a T-shirt? Following are some of my favorite programmer T-shirts:
Java Programmers Change Lightbulb
Front: How many Java programmers does it take to change a light bulb?
Back: You’re still thinking procedurally. A properly designed light bulb object would inherit a change method from a generic light bulb class, so all you’d have to do is send a light bulb change message.
I Manage Programmers
Front: I manage programmers freakin’ primadonnas!!
Will Code for Food
Front: Will Write Code For Food.
Back: It pays to be obvious, especially if you have a reputation for subtlety. — Isaac Asimov
Bigger & Better Idiots
Front: As programmers create bigger & better idiot proof programs, so the universe creates bigger & better idiots!
Front: multithreaded t-shirt
Front: DON’T PANIC! I’m a programmer
Programmers Never Die
Front: Programmers never die: They just GOSUB without RETURN.
Front & Back: PHP pretty hot programmer
Do It in Binary
Front: PROGRAMMERS DO IT IN BINARY
Pale Skinny Guys
Front: Chicks dig pale skinny guys that write code.
Front: Geeks do it with more RAM
Will Not Fix Your Computer
Front: No, I will not fix your computer.
Front: Future Computer Programmer
Programming is an Art Form
Front: Programming is an art form that fights back.
ASCII Stupid Question
Front: ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI!
Please Don’t Tell Mama
Front: Please don’t tell mama I’m a programmer — she still thinks I’m playing piano in a cathouse…
Give Me a Few Pointers
Front: School of Computer Science
Back: (XKCD Comic) Man, I suck at this game. Can you give me a few pointers?
0x3A28213A 0x6339392C 0x7363682E
I hate you.
Definition of a Programmer
Front: pro’ gram mer (n.) An organism that converts caffeine into code.
No Place Like Home
Front: There’s no place like 127.0.0.1
Front: Why do programmers always get Christmas and Halloween mixed up?
Back: Because DEC 25 = OCT 31
If Whitespace Was Truly White
Front: If whitespace was truly white… it would show up on a black background.
If You Don’t Like My Attitude
Front: Tech #710 If you don’t like my attitude call: 1-800-555-RTFM
Change the World
Front: <I tried to change the world, but I couldn’t find the source code>
Article published on December 1, 2008
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