Fabulous Adventures In Coding
Eric Lippert is a principal developer on the C# compiler team. Learn more about Eric.
When I was a teenager, I and a bunch of my more deviant friends would get together every Thursday evening and rent the most godawful horror movies we could find. We kept a running log of the most unintentionally amusing dialog, such as:
"I could easily kill you now, but I am determined to HAVE YOUR BRAIN!"
from "Doctor Butcher: Medical Deviant", also released under the title "Zombie Holocaust". This movie proves that the Italians made some of the best cannibal zombie movies in the 1980's.
"Charge! Once more into the breach, mothergrabbers! Let's purloin that water!"
from “Exterminators From The Year 3000“, which proves that the Italians made some of the worst post-apocalyptic movies in the 1980's.
I've kept in the habit of writing down ludicrous things people say, and since we have whiteboards along all the hallways here… well, let's just take a representative sampling of the wit and wisdom of the Visual Studio team:
And finally, my new personal favourite advice on how to ship high-quality software on time:
Truer words were never spoken.
I'm heads-down today trying to figure out a complicated new feature in Whidbey -- working out the differences
I'm tremendously excited to learn that Joel Silver is producing a sequel to " Dungeons and Dragons ".