İşte open-source böyle birşey… Mizah dahi daha özgürce 😉 Mutlaka izlemenizi tevsiye ederim…
(They appear to be the perfect family)
Father – Export all OLE objects with the command line
Father – So that they will be available for Internet information
(But sometimes appearances can be deceiving.)
Son – Dad?
Son – Why do we always use . Net?
Father – What do you mean?
Son – Are there no other developing platforms?
Father – I think it’s time for you to go to sleep!
(As a young boy discovers a new world unfolding)
Son & Peer – Look how beautiful, robust, secure, portable, and scalable it is!
Father – Hey, what are you guys up to?
Son – We are just enjoying some porn.
Father – Hope you’re not doing Java and open source…
Son & peer – No!
Father – Good!
(For being young is all about experimenting)
Father – What are you doing in there?
Son – Nothing!
Father – Hello?
Son – Yeah, I’m almost done!
Family: Merry Christmas!
(But a secret can’t stay a secret forever…)
Son – Dad…
Son – Mom.. I have a confession to make.
Son – I use Java!
Father – What the hell are you talking about?
Son – I want to use a programming language which doesn’t only run in Windows.
Father – That’s just wrong!
Son – Portability has never been a priority for Microsoft, and you know it.
Mother – My son is a monster!
Father – Microsoft gives us net based applications…
Father – that share information with other applications via web servers.
Father – They actually enable us to send XML-messages…
Father – …through SOAP! Through SOAP!
Son – Shouldn’t you be able to make your own choices, based on your own needs?
Son – Dad?
(But sometimes the truth comes with the terrible price.)
Son – Maybe you were right, dad.
Son – Maybe . NET is better than Java.
Son – Maybe it’s easier if Microsoft sets the standard…
Hot girl – Java is far better!
Hot girl – You can do fine tuning and balancing which you can’t do with Microsoft.
Hot girl – Java is the future!
(From a clean director of JAVATAR and .NOT)
(Eddie Larrison, Scala Johansson, two-time-golden-doo winner William Windows)
Father – Goddammit!
(and a compelling performance by Mona Lisa Harddrive and introduing Lenny Linux)