Programmers are like magicians. They work on something that you might not really understand but the end product will make you feel so impressed. Celebrate them today, send this ecard away.
International Programmers' Day is celebrated on the 256th day of each year. The number 256 was chosen because it is the number of distinct values that can be represented with a byte, a value well known to programmers. Do you know a programmer? Send this ecard to them.
In plain language, a programmer is a creator, a builder and an inventor. Programmers have a machine learning 'superpower' that allows them to create things that were impossible years ago. Thus, programmers are necessary for the future of our planet! Appreciate any programmer that you know by sending them this ecard.
Information is power, technology is power and keeps getting better and better thanks to great innovations that come from programmers. They can use different languages while working but all of them will surely understand this sweet gesture of you sending an ecard to celebrate them.
They can go for days without resting to solve any bugs that might occur. However, if you know a programmer, please remind them that today, they can take a breather and maybe touch some grass outside. Send this ecard to them.
Whether is for your computer or your car, chances are, a programmer has done some coding to them. Today we celebrate individuals who have impacted our lives without us even realising it. Send this ecard to any programmer you know to say thank you.
Celebrate a programmer today. Cherish them for sacrificing their time to solve problems not visible to the normal human eyes. This ecard will rejuvenate their energy to work even harder.
Today we are reminded on how impactful a programmer is in our lives. The code they write basically helps us in everything. So thank them today by sending them this ecard.
September 13 is International Programmers' Day for a geeky reason. Programmer's Day falls on the 256th day of each calendar year. Usually, it's September 13. Computer scientists and programmers know that 256 is the number of distinct values represented by an eight-bit byte. Send this ecard to a programmer you know.
Today we honor programmers around the world. There is hardly a person in the civilized world who does not benefit from the tools of the programmer. Whether we look toward transportation or medicine, finance or education, programming influences all of them. Appreciate any programmer you know. Send them this ecard.