From time to time, we all like to have a little good-humored fun. If you spend your time with a developer, you might be tempted to mess with them.
We do not recommend messing with developers. We wouldn’t give you ideas on how to do it or provide an easy to read instructional comic. We’re not those sort of people.
Or so I’m told.
The fantastic Elizabeth Pitch, half of the team behind War and Peas, created this comic for Toggl. She’s driven deep into her startup knowledge bring us both this comic and a great piece on startups that may be too hip for their own good. She’s also thought a lot about what offices could look like when robots take over.
If you find yourself around developers often, or perhaps are a developer, you may enjoy a game we built about the gritty silicon valley startup scene. It’s pretty realistic.
Do you have any more comics for developers?
If you liked it, you might enjoy some of the other pieces we’ve done in the past – like explaining tech jobs with a simple lightbulb. Or another classic comic about how to save the princess using different programming languages.
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.If you’re a developer, there’s also a good chance you’ll need a handy time tracker, just in case you need to show your boss that yes, it really does take 2 hours to find that damn missing semicolon.
If you have any ideas on how to mess with a developer, leave us a comment below, and we’ll (maybe) promise to try them out (but only if they’re excellent). If you like our comics, we put out new ones every Thursday. So follow our blog, Facebook, or Instagram for the latest installments.
Emma Murray makes content and content and even more content. She believes everyone has a few good words in them. She also does photojournalism here: https://www.emmakathleenmurray.com/