Industry Humour – HTML Jokes

Posted by | May 11, 2012 | Web development | 2 Comments

Shrinking Self Esteem

Shrinking Self Esteem

The Windows Vista Ultimate Element

The Windows Vista Ultimate Element

We need much humor in our software industry, otherwise, our developers will just turn into robots. At the same time, programmers jokes are almost encrypted so likely only other programmers will understand these jokes. Here are some industry humour :

HTML Jokes…

  • There are 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary, and those who don’t.
    If you can’t beat your computer at chess, try kickboxing.
  • Why couldn’t the webpage get a girl? Because it had no <​style>.
  • Q: Why was the XHTML bird an invalid? A: Because it wasn’t nested properly.
  • HTML jokes are so <meta>.
  • If we were on the same domain, we could share cookies together.
  • To err is human, and to blame it on a computer is even more so.
  • In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?
  • Microsoft: “You’ve got questions. We’ve got dancing paperclips?”
  • If at first you don’t succeed; call it version 1.0.
    If you give someone a program, you will frustrate them for a day; if you teach them how to program, you will frustrate them for a lifetime.
  • SUPERCOMPUTER: what it sounded like before you bought it.

About Demetri

Demetri joined ECA Technologies Inc. in late 2011. Demetri brought to over sixteen years of extensive Managerial attributes, Excellent Search Engine Optimization Skills, leadership skills and extensive Marketing with sales force effectiveness experience. He has always been a leader in the IT field. His customer service background enabled him to raise the benchmark for ECA Technologies. However, he had since then moved on to other things.


  • Harryponting says:

    A great way to organized what you find & shares in your blog…

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  • We tell you to be concise because we don’t want you to ramble on about everything you know about a given topic, trying to show how learned and intelligent you are. Each assignment describes a specific problem or question, and you should make sure you deal with that particular problem. Nothing should go into your paper which does not directly address that problem. Prune out everything else. It is always better to concentrate on one or two points and develop them in depth than to try to cram in too much. One or two well-mapped paths are better than an impenetrable jungle.

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