19 - December - 2017

Developer Jokes Worthy of a Christmas Cracker - Part 2

Post by Drew J
Ixis Service

A few years ago, we produced a blog post full of Developer jokes that only belong in a Christmas cracker. Well, it has been a while since then, so with some new faces around in the Ixis office, it can only mean one thing. New jokes!

Here is a list of all our favourites for your viewing pleasure:

 

Why did the multi-thread chicken cross the road?

side. To the get other to

- Josh

 

Why do programmers always mix up Halloween and Christmas? 
Because Oct 31 = Dec 25.

- Michael

 

Why did the programmer quit his job?
Because he didn’t get arrays

- Matt

 

How do you tell HTML from HTML5?
Try it out in Internet Explorer

- Josh

 

Have you heard the one about the infinite loop?

- Andrew A

 

A programmer is going to the store. His wife says "get a loaf of bread, and if they have eggs, get a dozen." The guy comes back with 12 loaves of bread. His wife says "why did you get so much bread?" He says, "they had eggs."

- Barry

 

I’d tell you a DNS joke but it could take up to 24 hours for everyone to get it.

- Andrew A

 

As you can probably tell, our staff certainly know how to crack a joke or two. Anyway, we also have a few hosting jokes we spotted on Twitter that we thought you might like, here they are:

 

I don't make IPv6 jokes - no one gets them.

- @etherealmind

I used to make IPv4 jokes - but I ran out.

- @adders

I stopped making UDP jokes  — sometimes people didn't get them.

- @webarchcoop

Have you got any tech jokes of your own? Leave them in the comments below and let us find out who can claim the coveted title of 'Worst tech joke in the world!".

Drew J

Digital Marketer

Digital Marketing Apprentice here at Ixis. I am responsible for all of the Ixis social media channels, often the writer of blog posts and forever trying to wrap my head around SEO.

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