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How To Build A Horse With Programming [Comic]

How to Build A Horse with Programming comic

 

 

This comic was developed by the Toggl Goon Squad. When not horsing around and making fun of technologies they do not like (or don’t know how to use), they are busy building Toggl.

If you’re a developer, do check it out – chances are you’ll need a time tracker at some point in your career.

But why would you want to build a horse?

We’ve already created the world’s greatest time tracking software, so we figured – why not take on a new challenge? It really works best if you don’t think about it too much, like a new Star Trek movie or fruit bottom yoghurt. It’s best to enjoy it for what it is.

Done. What else have you got?

So glad you asked.

We theorized what might happen if programmers created the earth (spoiler alert: it’s not great).

If you have a job where you need to deal with clients a lot, check out our guide to the absolute worst clients explained with pirates.

Or maybe you have to deal with clients who think that exposure is a fair method of payment. In that case, you might want to take the email generator for a spin.

If you find yourself in situations where you need to explain your job to the common folk, you can use our guide that explains different software development strategies – with cars.

We’ve done a whole lot of other comics & fun things too. If you want to check those out, you can click right on the fun button at the top of this page.

And of course, don’t forget to check out the Toggl timer.

Toggl timer
January 16, 2018

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