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"Haskell is very simple"
niftierideology on twitter:
Haskell is very simple. Everything is composed of Functads which are themselves a Tormund of Gurmoids, usually defined over the Devons. All you have to do is stick one Devon inside a Tormund and it yields Reverse Functads (Actually Functoids) you use to generate Unbound Gurmoids.
haskell  functors  functads  tormund-of-gurmoids  jargon  funny  satire  coding  languages 
july 2018 by jm
Git, complicated? Of course not! Commits map to isomorphic contours in source-code phase space
The inspiration for the classic tweet.
it’s simplest to think of the state of your repository as a point in a high-dimensional ‘code-space’,  in which branches are represented as n-dimensional membranes, mapping the spatial loci of successive commits onto the projected manifold of each cloned repository
git  incomprehensible  funny  jargon  topology  dvcs 
march 2018 by jm
New programming jargon you coined? - Stack Overflow
some nice coding neologisms here. aside from "Refuctoring" (see other link), I like "The Duck" (a sacrificial feature, used to distract cut-crazy bosses from useful features) and "Stringly Typed" (an implementation that needlessly relies on strings when programmer and refactor friendly options are available)
coding  funny  slang  neologisms  jargon  stack-overflow  the-duck  stringly-typed  from delicious
may 2010 by jm

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