Thursday, October 11, 2007

Java Developers Suck!

So this frigtard Java Developer walks into my cube today and tells me he wants to add a column to one of my database tables. I was thinking, "What the hell do you think you're doing even thinking of touching my beloved Oracle database tables?!" So I put up with it for a while 'cause my boss told me to be less hostile towards these frigtards. So for the next minute or so I pretend to listen to the worthless sounds coming out of his mouth. When I finally feel sorry for him, I tell him to have a tall glass of shut-up juice and listen to my Godly database-centric solution, "ADDING A FRIGGIN COLUMN TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM IS SOMETHING FRIGTARDS LIKE YOU ALWAYS SUGGEST! I'M PUTTING MY FOOT DOWN! HELL NO! WE ARE CREATING TWENTY TABLES TO REPLACE YOUR COLUMN AND YOUR GOING TO REWRITE YOUR WORTHLESS CODE TO USE THOSE TABLES!"

Peace out...


Steve said...

Might I humbly suggest the term J-tards?

LPeel said...

Give me native SQL and a stored proc and I can do anything. Ibatis ORM lets me type in all my SQL just as I would in SQL Developer. I can call a stored proc if I want to, and let Java do whatever else makes sense. Sometimes thats very little. Anyone who knows what their doing will use the right tool for the right job. Hibernate is never the right tool imo.

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