Funny programming code. Programmers can submit their own code and rate the work of others.
Collection of stupid chunks of C source code and reports of encounters with less-than-bright apprentice programmers.
Epigrams in Programming
List of 120 programming-related aphorisms.
Collection of programming humor and computer folklore classics.
Hello, World Page
Collecting examples of "Hello World" programs for as many languages and related programming environments (shells) as possible.
Holger's Humor Page
Why is C++ programming like teenage sex? What's the difference between a software developer and a drug dealer? When will operator overloading be added to Java? This page has the answers.
How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot
Showcases how to shoot yourself in the foot using several programming languages.
Programmer slang dictionary, containing more than 2000 not-quite-serious definitions and a number of programmer folklore anecdotes. Hosted by Eric S. Raymond.
Development of a new language. User contributions welcomed.
Laugh Along with GNU
Designed to provide some laughs to the working hackers - large collection of GNU/programming humor.
Life of Programmer
Humorous observations and stories of dealing with computers and their users.
Quotes about Programmers
Quotations about programmers, software and programming languages.
Reflections on Trusting Trust
An ACM classic: UNIX coinventor Ken Thompson reports on how he hacked his own C compiler.
Softpanorama Humor Archive
Open-source related humor, dissing (among others) Linus Torvalds, RMS, ESR, vi, and Perl.
Quotations from various programmers about programming. Includes a quotes search, newsletter, and index of quotes by person quoted.
A program for generating comments automatically, customizable by FUD factor, profanity, self-importance, verbosity, humor level, and bitterness.
The Daily WTF
Offers daily posts of user-submitted examples of bad code and software design.
The Evolution of a Programmer
Programming style and how it evolves as programmers mature from junior high students to senior managers.
The Retrocomputing Museum
Eric S. Raymond's list of outdated, obscure, or deliberatly unusable programming languages, compilers, and interpreters.
The Tao Of Programming
Koan-style advice to apprentice programmers.
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