• R. T. Garreth Johnson (unregistered)


  • Colonel Davis (unregistered)

    T-Mobile is notorious for its repugnantly buggy online services. That one doesn't surprise me at all.

  • JCPenney (unregistered)


  • Pussycat (unregistered)

    Sometimes I wonder what sort of technology companies these are, and I wonder if they know what technology is at all... In the UK the Virgin Media website appears to be coded by schoolchildren.

  • cjb (unregistered)

    A lego mortal kombat game would be utterly amazing though...

  • Joseph Osako (google)

    As we read this, the devs for that movie app are posting to Sewage Overflow asking "I have a doubt, how to not NullPointerException?"

  • operagost (unregistered) in reply to cjb

    steps on lego brick in his bare feet


  • murgo (unregistered)

    That is not millisecond, that's tenth of a microsecond </nitpick>

  • test (unregistered)

    Date should be DD/MM/YYYY not YYYY-MM-DD

  • Another Anon (unregistered)

    Mr. Chen? Mr. Chen?

    Could Mr. Chen please report to the courtesy phone?

  • ipguru (unregistered) in reply to Pussycat

    I am pretty sure most school children would produce a better result (even the ones who only use dreamweaver)

  • drop-table BLKYRAT; (unregistered)

    mmhmm just as i suspected this website is not up to regulation standards and currently sucks. you need to fix this or you will be required to remove this page from the internet. thanks.

    t. internet quality inspectors

  • DCL (unregistered) in reply to test

    You might want to take a look at ISO 8601

  • HadEnuf (unregistered) in reply to DCL

    Doubt it [1] would ever look at a standard; and if it ever tried to sort plain-text list by date, it probably would assume it needed a GUI spreadsheet to do the job.

    OTOH, could simply be YHBT.


    [1] Never anthropomorphize a louder.

  • Oscar Carserud (unregistered) in reply to test

    No absolutely not! Iso 8601 clealy states yyy-mm-dd,

  • uhoh (unregistered) in reply to murgo

    The 100-nanosecond resolution also hints that the backend service is probably ASP.NET, because it matches the precision of DateTime.Ticks. The visual appearance of the field and label would also support that conclusion in my mind.

  • löchlein deluxe (unregistered)

    Aren't dates either ymmd or dmnd? I know mine are.

    Also, I don't want to know about well-hung radiators.

  • Allan (unregistered) in reply to cjb

    Though this will bring new meaning to 'finish him'

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