Software Development…

I wanted to show this cartoon for quite some time:

software-engineering-now-with-cats

From Sandra and Woo (Oliver Knörzer & Powree), CC-by-nc-nd licence. Actually not that unrealistic…

6 Comments

  1. Also so Comicstrips in der Art gibt’s ja schon seit Urzeiten über Softwareentwicklung, aber die Rüsselkatze ist wirklich niedlich. Die würde ich auch trotzdem mögen. Und eine Extrahand, sind wir mal ehrlich, hätte doch wirklich jeder von uns schon mal gebrauchen können.

  2. Da hast Du sicherlich Recht.
    So eine Hand wie sie Dr. Seltsam hatte würde ich bestimmt nicht haben wollen.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzddAYYDZkk

  3. Sehr treffend. Ich kenne ansonsten noch das mit dem Baum über dasselbe Thema. Das ist ausführlicher, aber nicht so niedlich.

    • Stimmt. Bei der englischen Version des Cartoons erwähnt der Autor auch, dass das die Vorlage war:

      “I never understood why swings were used in the original version instead of cats. So I decided to repair this inexcusable mistake.”

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