January 2019 Comics w/ CodeinWP … #Developers #DataBreach #Testing #Bugs

Heya 👋

It is time to, officially, ring in the New Year with the January 2019 roundup of web comics with CodeinWP. With Santa taking some time off, it is up to us to bring you a monthly gift of joy and goodwill to keep your spirits up!

This month, we are taking our first look at how sharing an apartment with a developer unfolds. We’re also applying the great universal law, Murphy, to late night coding. What could go wrong?

With hacking taking up so much news space in 2018, we’re offering you the foolproof method for keeping stockholders off your back. A classic trick that’s sure to make a designer paranoid. Before we wrap it all up with the classic bug reactions comic.

As usual, these comics come to you with (a lot of) help from our buddy, Joao Santos.

FYI; we’ve put together around 60 comics in the past year. So, if you’re struggling with how fast 2018 went by, take a stroll down memory lane and refresh your memory in the comics archive.

Let’s dive into the January 2019 edition:

January 2019 Comics With CodeinWP: On Living With Developers, Surviving a Data Breach, and Bugs 🐛

How many devs does it take to change a light bulb?

The pitfalls of sharing a house with a web developer

Zero. The light bulb was already changed; clear the cache to see your changes.

Mo’ users Mo’ problems

The tarot of the internet with support woes and the certainties of late night coding

The all-night coder gets all the bugs.

This summer’s hottest beach fashions

Unethical Life Tips: How to respond to a data breach

When stockholders asked about the integrity of the database; he bravely took flight to a safer place.

Designing in the dark

How to design a website with no assets, direction, or vision

When your client gives you a design brief with an emphasis on the brief.

Introducing the Entomo Trio: Philia, Phobia, and Mania

True personalities are revealed when a bug slips into the codebase

Which career path is most appealing to you?

And, just like that our first web comic post of 2019 is done. We all know that the first work weeks of the new year can be uniquely challenging, so give your colleagues a boost by dropping this article into your Slack channels.

Do you have any idea you’d love to see illustrated? Drop us a comment here, on Facebook, or Twitter and, together, we can brainstorm it into something hilarious!

We’ll return next month with some more tech and WordPress humor. See you then!

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