Long hours hammering away at a keyboard. Copious amounts of caffeine that would probably render a normal man a jittery mess. Hours spent waiting for code to compile, or ferreting out that rogue character that’s causing the entire program to fall apart.
The life of a programmer isn’t glorious or grand. It involves a lot of drudgery, and very little appreciation. But it also involves a whole lot of passion – and we know you wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.
Why not share a bit of that passion with one of these shirts? They’re designed for coders, by coders. Once you’ve had a look, why not see if you’re inspired enough to whip up one of your own in our design studio?
They’ve Already Seen Everything
Given some of the stuff java devs have witnessed, it’s impossible to even shock them anymore. Trust us on that.
Eat. Sleep. Code. Repeat.
It’s a cycle we’re certain you’re intimately familiar with (and probably one you wish you could break free of, as well).
What Makes A Developer?
Beer, multitasking, problems, and coffee, all with a healthy dose of sarcasm. Show us a programmer who doesn’t have those ingredients in one measure or another.
Fill In The Blank
It’s probably better that you don’t tell anyone who’s not a fellow coder what this one means.
We both know the end user’s probably doing something wrong, even though they’d never admit it.
How do you define yourself? If you’re anything like most of your peers, probably through your code, right?
A little pun we can all appreciate.
Caffeine Not Found
We’ve all been there.
It’s Really Not
We’re certain there are charismatic, gregarious, larger than life people in the programming field. But for most of us, there’s no better companion than a hot cup of joe and the gentle glow of our screen.
They’re More Similar Than You’d Think
Though it’s probably easier to hit backspace on your coding mistakes.
A nice little spin on our first entry – and no less true for it.
Look, here’s the thing. If we don’t collectively learn to laugh at our debugging woes, we’ll probably just end up crying.
Sadly, That’s How It Actually Works
How much do you want to bet that at least 50 of those bugs are caused by a single misplaced apostrophe?
Only Programmers Will Get The Joke
And in most cases, we’d rather not deal with either.
A Familiar Struggle
A programmer’s life really just boils down to staying one step ahead of a series of looming deadlines.
15 More Awesome T-Shirt Designs For Coders
There’s no shortage of inside jokes in the programming community – and no shortage of awesome T shirts that pay homage to those jokes. We’ve compiled a few more of our favorites here. Let us know what you think!
Coding is a tough job. But someone’s gotta do it. Might as well be you – after all, you’re passionate enough that you’ve made it into your career, right?
Mind you, there’s no reason you can’t share the pain with some of your peers. Toss a few inside jokes out there, maybe emblazon them on a shirt or two. Speaking of that, we’ve compiled a few more designs we think might be just the ticket for all you coders out there.
Have a look, and consider putting something together in our design studio, too!
Code, Not Words
Let’s be real. Most of us don’t code because we’re skilled wordsmiths. Our talents lie elsewhere – and it’s good to acknowledge that.
Being a programmer has a lot more in common with being a handyman than most people realize.
The feeling you get when your code compiles and everything works as intended (it’s rare, we know).
Don’t deny it – programmers these days have a lot of power.
The Tree of Code
This one’s pretty self-explanatory, but still rather neat, no?
How many of you have wished you could actually do this to an ignorant boss/co-worker/colleague? Be honest.
…And sometimes they get about the same results.
Make no mistake, you’ve got a mind like a steel trap. It just needs some time to load, is all.
Because it’s 2018 – programming isn’t just for guys anymore.
You’re Probably Sick of Saying It
For people who don’t understand how coding works, a lot of what we do can seem like laziness. And maybe it is – but not in the way they think.
A Friendly Reminder
….We all know our end users still won’t.
Most of us tend to run on coffee and spite, after all.
Most users probably won’t understand what that means. But it sounds ominous enough that maybe they’ll leave our code alone, right? We can always hope, can’t we?
If only it were possible to code a robot to do exactly this.
Maybe it’s not just for coders, but it’s still a hand thing to have, no?