Programmer Definition Funny Glass Christmas Ornament
Programmers are a strange breed of biological organism. They can make electrons do their bidding, retrieve vital information from spinning metal disks, and create pictures on thin plastic sheets. Oh, and they can also get the accounts payable system to work right. Occasionally.
Feed a programmer sufficient caffeine and calories, and you'll eventually get computer code. Experiments have shown that pizza is the ideal food for programmers, because when you lock them in a room and tell them they can't come out until the system is finished, pizza can be easily slid under the door.
Another unusual feature of the programmer is that they tend to develop deep attractions to their chosen computing platform. Try telling a Linux guy that he's moving to the Windows programming department, and be prepared to duck the brick that follows.
This ornament celebrates the programmer, and let's them know that even though we know they're strange, we still love them. As long as the accounts payable system is working.
Technicam notitia (the technical bits)
- Ornament measures 3½ wide x 4 inches high
- 1/8 inch thick glass material
- Black velvet gift bag included
- Semi-translucent image
- Image printed with permanent, non-toxic inks - will not run or fade
- Red ribbon included. Tree limb, pine cone, beads, gingerbread man, star cookies and table not included. We have to say this because some rocket surgeon actually complained that the ornament they received did not include all of this. Disturbingly, we believe this person may be able to vote.