I’d never thought that I’d walked down the aisle with a developer, he probably programmed my mind and emotion or destiny is just playing with me haha .I used to avoid developers and gamers in the past. I found them tedious to be with, I found them lazy as they are always sitting in front of their computer instead of doing something useful, they seem disturbed all the time and do not know how to enjoy their life and to take care of themselves. But then, when you start to know them, you’ll realize, they are definitely one of the coolest, smartest, and loveliest persons on earth. If you have a developer boyfriend who you are in love and want to settle down with, but uncertain if it’s the right thing to do, go for it para daghan nata. In the end the decision is yours. But let me give you some hints why marrying a developer is the right decision.
1. Developers do not Cheat
Developers are faithful with their relationship. You do not need to employ a private detective to spy them. They don’t have time to cheat, their world almost only revolve around you and with their computers.
2.Developers are thoughtful
They will never fail to surprise you with holiday plans or gifts. It’s amazing how they remember every single detail of special days may it be anniversary, birthday, valentine’s day and etc. They will always make you feel special and loved every single day.
3.You get personal developer
They probably cannot fix small household problems like dishwasher , but they will help you debug your computer, smart phone and other devices problems for free for a lifetime.
4.Developers do not bug you
Sometimes they come home from work so stressed specially if they were unable to deliver a huge project with deadline. They come home with all the programming codes on their head. They won’t bug you because they will be debugging the whole day.
5.Developers are Witty
Developers are witty, annoyingly witty. They ask you if you know how certain things work, and if you say no, they will slap you with knowledge by having an hour of detailed explanation .
6.Developers know various languages
They may be good in German, English, Spanish, Italian etc but there exist various languages only them can understand such as Java, PHP, C++, C# name it.
7.Developers give you a lot of space
You want to travel alone? or hang out with your friends? Don’t be afraid to tell them, they will always give an approval answer. Tell them ahead of time though, so that they can also book an appointment with their friends on the web.
8.Developers are Knowledgeable
They are very updated about what is happening in the world, they research and understand things fast related to economy, biology, crime, ideas, history, technology, world, general knowledge. They share with you everything they discover on the web. They even teach you programming subject for free 🙂
9.Developers are Cool
Real life problems do not bother them much. They handle things without panicking, if problem arises, they solve it right away as much as they can and seems like nothing really happened. You will have a peacful and happy life.
10.Developers are happy people
Atleast it is so easy to make them happy. Just let them play with their favorite video games once in a while and play with them or join with them on their favorite metal music concert , they will be the the happiest. Simply support all the things they love to do.
11.Developers are Awesome
They make the world an essential place to live in. They make hard things easier. Many of the successful people today are Developers, look at Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Bill Gates of microsoft and other successful tech savvy. Yours can be the next! Who knows 🙂
Not all developers are the same though, each of them has their own special ways. They might appear boring or nerdy, just know them deeper then you’ll realize, they make a great husband.
For those who are single, developers are everywhere. It’s actually easy to find them , just lurk them on the web. They are there waiting for you.
Anyway, thank you for dropping by , tell me what you think 🙂
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