28th February 2009, 16:44 #1
The JOKE Thread (Post your jokes here)
A geeky answer by Dad to son.
"DADDY! HOW WAS I BORN?" , Junior asks his dad:
His dad, who is a software engineer sighs and replies, "Ah, my son, I guess one day you would have to find out anyway!"
"Well, I saw your Mom and I first got together in a chat room on YAHOO . Then I set up a date via e-mail with your mom and we met at a cyber-cafe. We sneaked into a secluded room, where your mother agreed to a download from my hard drive. As soon as I was ready to up load, we discovered that neither one of us had used a firewall, but it was too late to hit the delete button."
"Six weeks later your mom sent me an instant message saying that her operating system was showing signs of unauthorized program activity from a self extracting file which had implanted itself in her BIOS. Then nine months later a little Pop-Up appeared and said:
'You've Got Male'!
28th February 2009, 16:48 #2
^Great one!!! Thanks for that.
28th February 2009, 17:22 #3
28th February 2009, 20:14 #4
that was awesome.. is anyone here waiting to get a mail??
Great , I will have to paas that on to my family and friends
10th March 2009, 12:06 #8
Thanks guys i ll post some more jokes..
10th March 2009, 12:30 #9
JOKE: IT HUmor- method to milk cows.
Softwarism: Milking cows Ultimate
Client has 2 cows and u need to milk them??
1 . First prepare a document when to milk them (Project kick off)
2 . Prepare a document how long you have to milk them (Project plan)
3 . Then prepare how to milk them (Design)
4 . Then prepare what other accessories are needed to milk them (Framework)
5 . Then prepare a 2 dummy cows (sort of toy cows) and show to client the way in which u will milk them (UI Mockups & POC)
6 . If client is not satisfied then redo from step 2
7 . You actually start milking them and find that there are few problem with accessories. (Change framework)
8 . Redo step 4
9 . At last milk them and send it to onsite. (Coding over)
10. Make sure that cow milks properly ( Testing)
11. Onsite reports that it is not milking there.
12. You break your head and find that onsite is trying to milk from bulls
13. At last onsite milk them and send to client (Testing)
14. Client says the quality of milk is not good. (User Acceptance Test)
15. Offsite then slogs and improves the quality of milk
16. Now the client says that the quality is good but its milking at slow rate (performance issue)
17. Again you slog and send it with good performance.
18. Client is happy???
By this time both the COWs aged and cant milk. (The software got old and get ready for next release repeat from step 1) !!!!!
10th March 2009, 18:02 #10
lol.... that is awesome....