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Programmers Hold Funerals for Old Code
Contributed by: er, at 11/04/2004 01:06:00 PM.

AP has an interesting story about how the programming staff at an Ohio company are holding funerals for retired or 'killed' programs.

read more about it here

this story is really funny, i think i will follow this procedure as well for those lame performing codes of mine, but i think i will not burn the software source code neart to my heart lol.

Slashdot posters have some pretty funny comments on this one.

" I cant wait for the day that ASP.NET has it's funeral... so I can pay my disrespects."

a /.er reponds to this saying " You can't terminate ASP.NET without first killing off it's parent ASP. It will only breed and start again..."

LOL! true that. :-)

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