I was writing a post about my development journey yesterday and it made me wonder, does anyone else have any developer tattoos? 🤔
Mine is a simple "Hello World" that I got after I was promoted to Junior, it was the first thing I ever learnt and it was the start of this incredible journey ⭐️
I’d love to hear your stories? 🙂
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There's a phrase to have a "chip on your shoulder" — I've thought about getting a little computer chip on my shoulder as a play on this idea. Haven't done it yet though. 😅
To have a chip on one's shoulder refers to the act of holding a grudge or grievance that readily provokes disputation.
Free stickers for life if anybody gets the DEV logo as a tattoo.
I think a chip on your shoulder would be a great idea! 😄
I did nearly get cmd + c, cmd + v as in copy and paste developer 😂
P.s I could do with some free stickers for my laptop 🤔👀 lol
Does temporary tattoo count(for the logo)?
That's a cool idea!
I'm getting one that says rw-rw-rw-
A great 666 pun💀💀
I'm not into tattoos actually but I saw people in the linux subreddit to do this
This looks a little suicidal
even more with
I'm not into tattoos (and thus I have none) but this cute little "hello world" made me giggle. Should I ever take one, this would make a good candidate
I think that technology moves too fast, I can't justify it because it will make you feel old... Unless it's bash, I guess that's not going anywhere (3 years later, nobody uses bash due to critical security flaw)
hahahaha , imagine?
I can see this:
BASH abandoned due to critical security vulnerability
and no one believing it for the first few minutes
This really happened to the
sudoprogram although it was patched 😅
Great! Wanna follow this thred to get inspirations, hahaha.
On my forearms. Left arm says NERD. Right arm says GEEK. In Morse Code. Also have Linux Tux on my left bicep, and my nickname 'kodekrash' on my right bicep.
Definitely will get the hello world tattoo in the future when I grow up. I love it 🥰🥰
But please, use monospace 😂
I could get on board with opt + cmd + L