Mark Bowytz

Besides contributing at @TheDailyWTF, I write DevDisasters for Visual Studio Magazine, and involved in various side projects including child rearing and marriage. Twitter: @mbowytz

The Maybe Compiler

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"Maybe it it compiled...maybe it didn't. I guess that I have to find out myself from here on out," wrote, Y. Diomidov.


Just Buttons

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"What do you think the buttons do? If you thought the dialog was trying to help you log in or give an opportunity to send them an e-mail, instant message, or tweet pointing out how the buttons don't do anything, you might be mistaken," writes Alex M., "


Outage to the Max!

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"When Google's having an outage, and it's also affecting their outage notification service, things are NOT going well" writes Nathan.


Sneaking Past the Censors

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"If you want to sneak in an ad that doesn't necessarily belong in Kongregate, I guess a little creative spelling is one way to do it," wrote Ben J.


When Good Dev Tools Go Bad

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"I'd say that this brings new meaning to what a 'core dump' really is," Paul N. writes.


Would You Mind?

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"Since clicking 'Yes, I mind', took me to the review page, I left a one star review," writes Pascal.


Our Deepest Regrets (and 20% off your next purchase)

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"I too have always felt that discount codes are a great way to express sympathy," writes Shawn A.


Oh JavaScript!

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"I have a feeling that VS Code is trying to tell me that the object class provides functionality common to all JavaScript objects," writes Eric.


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