10 Daniel Stori Programming Comics You Didn't Know You Needed
Daniel Stori's programming comics will have you laughing for days!
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If you don't know who Daniel Stori is, you're missing out on some genuine creativity and laughs. Daniel, who is a Zone Leader, has been working with DZone ever since 2016 when he submitted his first-ever comic, "Java Garbage Collection Explained." He has a whopping 185 comics on DZone, and he's still going strong!
I compiled a list of 10 of his top comics on the site and decided to pick his brain and ask him a few questions about how he got started and why he creates them.
How did you get started creating comics?
"I always did comics at work to amuse my co-workers, and people always told me to start publishing them, so I decided to do it. I'm happy that more people are enjoying them now!"
Why do you love making programming comics?
"Creating comics for me is about putting funny situations on paper that happen in my day-to-day life."
What is your favorite comic that you've ever created?
"I think my favorite is 'The Real Reason You Shouldn't Use SIGKILL' because it is kind of sad and funny at the same time."
If you could create comics about anything else, what would it be?
"Definitely about parenting. That would be such a great topic to explore."
Do you have any future comic ideas that you'd like to share?
"There will be a lot of comics about containers because I am working with Kubernetes nowadays. I also intend to create a special series about AI."
10 of the Best Daniel Stori Comics on DZone
It's survival of the fittest in the world of programming languages... at least that's what the up and comers seem to think when face to face with almost any programming language that came before them. Keep it civil guys; we don't want any extinctions here.
"I, for one, welcome our new AI overlords. Sure, there's no shortage of military use cases for AI, but wouldn't it just be easier to let AI pick our leaders for us?"
Take a look at the magical world inside your Linux kernel. From terminals and their processes to ssh daemons, see how they all work together in perfect harmony.
What happens when you let Bayes control compilers and happiness determine syntax?
Daniel Stori encapsulates the basics of inheritance and composition in this refreshing take on the popular design pattern.
Ever wonder what Linus Torvald's house looks like? Daniel Stori offers us a ''window'' into the modest lifestyle of the famed Linux creator.
Port 80 has been in use for quite some time by Apache, and NGINX is fed up. The lines have been drawn, sides taken, and a battle is on the horizon...
Walk through the various developer ranks and personalities.
It could be any PID of you.
If you're interested in seeing more, you can find all his comics on his DZone profile!
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