Welcome to the first tech comics roundup of 2020! It’s been a while since our 2019 tech comics roundup was published. While this may be true, it does not mean we have neglected the comics department in the meantime. In fact, our illustrator, Joao Santos, comes up with new comics every week. And, that’s why we can happily welcome you to the latest tech and WordPress comics roundup!
What have we got for you? In this batch, we’re exploring the inspirational side of the web. From a touching story of how a bug becomes a feature to the time-altering power of WordPress development, there’s something for everyone.
If tech comics are your thing, then catch our weekly comic posts on Instagram. But for now, let’s get started with the best tech comics of 2020…so far.
Best tech comics of 2020 (so far) with CodeinWP: on the evolution of bugs, freelancing, digital nomad and the life of the intern 🐙
One person’s bug is another person’s feature
“Feature” is simply the name we give our mistakes.
Freelancing doesn’t mean free
If your experience happens outside the Fortune 500, did it really happen?
The modem is blinking but there’s nothing streaming
This is the kind of guy who takes a screenshot with a canon.
Zen and the art of website development lifecycles
As you relax, remember the developer’s mantra: I am a magnet for low TTFB, high security, and better traffic.
Through the looking glass
If that’s the difference between the front and back end, then where does the full-stack developer sit?
Best practices of web development for co-habitation
Everyone knows that a slice of pizza visible to the naked eye has a shelf life of about three seconds.
True tales of innovative thinkers
Sometimes thinking outside the box can leave you in the dark.
My life. My feed.
Talk to the IG feed, ‘cos the face ain’t communicating.
WordPress, the only anti-aging CMS
WordPress boosts SEO, reduces stress, and teaches more, leaving a fresher, more youthful you.
Bonus: Tarot of the internet
If you’re lucky, then your workplace juggling act is all about which pajamas you choose to wear to meetings.
There are two types of people in the world: those that build with their own hands and those that build with copy and paste.
And that’s the end of this roundup of comics. It’s always fun to share these with you. In fact, I’d invite you to drop by the full comic archive here.
In the meantime, we will continue to develop more ideas with a view to publishing another best of 2020 comics by the end of the year. If you have any great ideas for a comic, then please share them in the comments. We’d love to see what our illustrator can come up with. We look forward to seeing you soon!