Sunday, 7 June 2015

Javascript frameworks for tree huggers by senior trainees.

Ever been "the new guy" who was wheeled out to the customer as the answer to their past problems with your employer?

I know I say that the the images I used had to be Creative Commons, but CommitStrip's Le stagiaire senior (Senior Trainee) pushed all the right buttons for me.

I have to admire the young intern's ability to hold a smile.

According to their about page:
You can use our strips for any non-commercial usage. You can use them to illustrate an article or a blog post, as long as it’s not just a duplicated content. In all cases, a back link and a mention is required."
Close enough to an informal BY-SA-NC for me so I emailed the authors to check that they were OK with my using it. They were.

Other notable entries:
  1. Take on the tree huggers. [Toonhole]
  2. A support group for authors of Javascript frameworks. [Not Invented Here]
  3. I read the Questionable Content webcomic, but it's a slice of life webcomic and not particulaly funny. They recently did an arc on how a character Googled her symptoms and found it was Cancer. The Doctor said it wasn't, just a benign keratoma. Another take on a similar scenario that wound up in a single strip [Cyanide and Happiness]
Also worth a look if you're a bit bored:
  1. You need a balanced diet [Married to the Sea]
  2. Who was  your childhood hero? [St Beals]
  3. The world is passing us by. [Funday Morning]

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