using namespace std;
cout <<"Happy Birthday Laurin!";
Laurin is a Developer at my work so what would be more appropriate for his birthday than these sweet treats?? These are pound cake cupcakes with buttercream frosting! What do you make for a developer's birthday?? Well this was the best that I can come up with for now, the common key strokes that any computer savvy person cannot live without and wished we had in real life, and some other fun things like the mouse and laptop. I'm sure all of you have once in your life wished you can Ctrl+Z something you just said or did, or Del something with a simple press of a key, or wish there was a Power Off button or something in real life! Also as a developer, we all know how important the semi-colon can be, so here's one for all you programming nerds and geeks out there! Don't worry, nerds and geeks are very cool in my book, if that means anything to you...haha. Well, although these controls and buttons don't really work, at least you can eat them! All of these decorations are all made of fondant so enjoy! Once again, happy birthday Laurin and I hope you have a great one with no errors and bugs!
- Two bytes meet. The first byte asks, “Are you ill?” The second byte replies, “No, just feeling a bit off.”
- How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb? None, it's a hardware problem!
- “Knock, knock.” “Who’s there?” very long pause…. “Java.”
- Chuck Norris can delete the Recycling Bin.
- “It works on my machine” always holds true for Chuck Norris.
- Chuck Norris doesn’t bug hunt as that signifies a probability of failure, he goes bug killing.
- Chuck Norris’s keyboard doesn’t have a Ctrl key because nothing controls Chuck Norris.