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Top 10 Funny Software Development Tweets that Broke the Internet in 2017_870x220

Check out the top 10 funniest tweets about software development from the last year. Think we missed one? Let us know in the comments.

As I compiled the Top 10 Web Development tweets and Top 10 .NET related tweets, I stumbled upon some real gems related to software development. I got quite a kick out of them, and they were so popular that they kinda dwarfed anything specific framework related – be it .NET, JavaScript, Angular, React, Vue etc. So, here comes the 10 most popular software development tweets that set Twitter on fire. Again, I could have missed some insanely popular tweet, so please drop me a line in comments below with link to it.

Let us know what you think—use the chance to vote on the best ones below by giving them a thumbs up or down.



10. Sev

9. fiona

8. I am Developer

7. The Practical Dev

6. Victor Porof

5. SwiftOnSecurity

4. Ryan Stortz

3. Computer Facts

2. The Practical Dev

1. RVagg


And while I got you here – if you are interested where we think .NET is going, please check out The State of .NET in 2018 that  John Bristowe, Sam Basu and Ed Charbeneau put together for your year-end fun reading.

Check Out The State of .NET in 2018

Lastly, honorable mentions go to @Nick_Carver for his tweet which didn’t make this list (came at #12).  Theoretically, it could have fit into the top-10 JavaScript tweets top list, but I disqualified it from there as it was poking fun at JavaScript devs 😊 . Also, shout out to @thomasfuchs whom I removed for poking fun at JavaScript too – just trying to keep things clean fun, right. 😊 

Lastly, massive shout out to @codepo8 from whose feed we found a ton useful tweets for the top 10 list!

About the Author

Sasha Krsmanovic

is a VP of Product Marketing at Telerik and is based in Toronto, Canada. A geek at heart, Sasha works with HTML and JavaScript developers worldwide and loves learning from passionate people. You can follow Sasha on Twitter @k_sasha.

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