IT Memes reflect some of the most hilarious yet honest experiences in the everyday lives of an IT professional. Here are some of the funniest IT memes dealing with Help Desk, software development, project management, ITIL, security, working from home, and more!
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Zoom: where you’re never fully dressed without a camera
Project Management: Darth Vader, Supreme Fleet Comander and Key Stakeholder in the Death Star project
Of course, the Death Star project team really messed up in the Collect Requirements process group, where they missed the requirement to prevent the Death Star from blowing up after someone hits it with a single missile in just the right spot…twice!!!
The Office Space Nostradamus: Bill Lumbergh predicts The Great Resignation and Hiring Crisis of 2021…in 1999
Cybersecurity: It ain’t the age, it’s the throughput
IT Manager Pro-Tip: Always read all the words in a sentence
Holy Framework!!! Time for more ITIL training for the Boy Wonder? Tune in next week!!!
AWS: More services per byte than any other hosting company on the internet
And just wait until you see their easy-to-understand pricing model!
API: What is a RESTful API and why is it spelled so weird?
User experience research: Could it have been…Ancient Aliens?
And I think we all know the answer to that.
Disaster recovery: The true cost of a widespread internet outage
Ransomware: While Picard likes to hang out with number one, this time it’s number two
Cache? Race condition? Well now we spend the next three hours trying to figure out why it didn’t work the first time…
Because walkthroughs are for noobs…
The XY Problem dilemma is real there…
Some unsupervised learning going on there…
When searching for one bug leads to a dozen more…
— DevOps reactions (@devopsreact) April 29, 2019
This is why you need DevOps SDLC…
— DevOps reactions (@devopsreact) May 16, 2019
Let the blame game begin. #DevsVsOps
When you lose another service during a major outage…
High risk deployment went fine. But only just…
When high traffic hits the Ops team
Edit someone else’s code. Now you get to own the damages…
Unrealistic project estimation in action…
Bonus: The universal truth of software development:
End of memes. Time to get back to work.