A lazy programmer loves programming but hates working, so they work as little as possible.
A lazy programmer finds every possible way to avoid working on the weekends.
A lazy programmer writes a lot of tests, so QA people do not waste their time.
A lazy programmer documents their code, so that coworkers do not waste their time.
A lazy programmer is a master of delegation. After they delegated a task, they immediately forget about it.
A lazy programmer does not edit long files, they teach regular expressions how to edit the file in their place.
A lazy programmer does not deploy in production, they instruct Jenkins to do that. Therefore a lazy programmer is not afraid of deploying on Friday afternoon.
A lazy programmer goes to the office as little as possible, possibly when other non-lazy people are not around, so they don’t waste their time.
A lazy programmer knows the best tools of their trade so that they can reuse other people’s work as much as possible.
A lazy programmer is easygoing, because arguing about silly things is, well, silly and tiring.
A lazy programmer is super efficient, does in a few of hours what would take many to others so that they can spend the rest of the day lingering on the couch feasting on Netflix.
A lazy programmer stares at the code for hours, trying to figure out the way to write as little code as possible.
A lazy programmer makes use of existing tools and services, so they can release earlier.
A lazy programmer uses the basic UI template the hosting service provides them and then they say it’s brutalism.
At Saasform we are lazy and we support lazy programmers to deliver great code fast and with little effort.