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25 More StackOverflow Jokes That All Devs Can Relate To

Laughter is the best medicine for stress

Every day we come across a lot of situations and we work really hard to crack all the issues. We deserve to lighten up our mood after a hectic day.

I have found some more ways to remove your project stress and try to lighten your mood.

Disclaimer_: make sure you don’t have something in your hand while reading this because it is hilarious to fell the thing on you_🤣

1. Asking something in StackOverflow?

2. When Someone help you in StackOverflow

3. StackOverflow checking for my questions

4. Stackoverflow is under maintenance

5. When you wake up in 2050

6. Can you code without StackOverflow?

7. Copied from StackOverflow

8. When you get a minus score in StackOverflow…

9. Let’s assume how StackOverflow works.

10. Glass is Full or Half?

11. Stackoverflow in a nutshell

12. Why we get paid for copying?

13. Trying different codes be like

14. Which one will you get?

15. Helping me get good grades

16. Programmers in 2020

17. StackOverflow keyboard

18. Try First and read later

19. I am nothing without you…

20. Programmers before and now

21. Junior vs Senior Developers

22. I am full-stack…

23. Let’s check how many times we copied?

24. What you would like to change in StackOverflow?

25. Exception Handler

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25 More StackOverflow Jokes That All Devs Can Relate To
Dexter  Goodwin

Dexter Goodwin

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25 More StackOverflow Jokes That All Devs Can Relate To

Laughter is the best medicine for stress

Every day we come across a lot of situations and we work really hard to crack all the issues. We deserve to lighten up our mood after a hectic day.

I have found some more ways to remove your project stress and try to lighten your mood.

Disclaimer_: make sure you don’t have something in your hand while reading this because it is hilarious to fell the thing on you_🤣

1. Asking something in StackOverflow?

2. When Someone help you in StackOverflow

3. StackOverflow checking for my questions

4. Stackoverflow is under maintenance

5. When you wake up in 2050

6. Can you code without StackOverflow?

7. Copied from StackOverflow

8. When you get a minus score in StackOverflow…

9. Let’s assume how StackOverflow works.

10. Glass is Full or Half?

11. Stackoverflow in a nutshell

12. Why we get paid for copying?

13. Trying different codes be like

14. Which one will you get?

15. Helping me get good grades

16. Programmers in 2020

17. StackOverflow keyboard

18. Try First and read later

19. I am nothing without you…

20. Programmers before and now

21. Junior vs Senior Developers

22. I am full-stack…

23. Let’s check how many times we copied?

24. What you would like to change in StackOverflow?

25. Exception Handler

#technology #life #programming #javascript

To Relational or Not to Relational?

Working on your next project but not sure which back-end technology to use? For starters, databases come in two flavors: relational and non-relational. Both have their own set of rules, pros and cons which help in determining which type of application they should be used in. Let us delve into these differences so that we would be able to decide which one is better suited for us.

Relational Databases:

Relational databases store data in the form of tables containing rows (representing entries) and columns (containing a set of information) having a unique key for each row. These keys can either be primary or foreign. It is based on a form of algebraic set theory known as relational algebra, which is used in the relational modeling of data. They are better suited for applications where many transactions are involved, also known as transactions-oriented applications (OLTP).

They use SQL (Structured Query Language) as a language for the maintenance and querying of databases. We can use MySQL, SQL Server, SQLite, MS Access, Oracle, Sybase, PostGreSQL, or Informix.

They are normalized databases i.e they are in accordance with a series of so-called “normal forms” in order to reduce data redundancy and improve data integrity.

Advantages:

  1. They are useful for applications requiring a lot of transactions, complex queries and routine analysis of data

  2. They are robust, simple, structured and flexible.

  3. They ensure reliable data transactions through ACID (Atomity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability).

  4. Easier to use because of GUI (Graphical User Interface)

Disadvantages:

  1. Their main disadvantage is that it is impossible to horizontally scale them. If our business requirements increase, then we need to move on to bigger systems, making them more costly in the long run.

  2. Images and other multimedia files cannot be stored.

  3. We cannot use them for geospatial data

  4. They can cause ORM Impedance Mismatch

Here_ is a basic CRUD demo of __MySQL _using Node.js. You need to install the relevant software before running the examples in the repository.

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10 Programming Jokes that you can Relate to.

The secret life of Software Developers. Sitting on a desk and ramping on keyboards all day. It can become a little hectic but a bit of humor from time to time cheers us up.

And what better way to do that than having a few relatable memes.

For non-devs — let me give some insights. We take pride in our accomplishments and laugh out our agony over bugs and errors. We have a good sense of humor as well. Introverts by nature, we cheer each other up with the help of Digital Humour.

The journey of buying your first laptop to landing as a full-time developer, it was a rollercoaster of learning and adventures. The following will uphold to our experiences.

And if you are a newbie(student) then your in for a treat. For the one’s working full time or freelancing this might get a bit feisty.

(** NOTICE: These jokes are not meant to offend anyone. I have no rights to these images. The credits with links are provided to the original source.)

#jokes #programming #coding #humor #software-development

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Can machines recognize a joke?

The ambiguity of humor is at the core of natural language understanding

Jay Leno frequently performed a simple comedy bit of him reading ambiguous headlines from actual newspapers. Audience reactions to those headlines suggest that ambiguous wording is funny as soon as we recognize a contradiction in the possible meanings. For example, the headline “Local high school cuts dropouts in half” can be interpreted as helping teenagers or assassinating them.

Of course, humor is not limited to opposing ambiguities. Some jokes are funny because of the ambiguity of a homophone:

Some are funny because of the ambiguity of a homonym:

  • How often do you make chemistry jokes? Periodically.”
  • I was so bored that I memorized six pages of a dictionary. I learned next to nothing.”

#ai #machine-learning #nlp #jokes #ambiguity