Last Monday I launched a new webcomic about web developer jokes. It's called lol.browserling.com. It's been a lot of fun. The cartoons are getting really popular and are being viewed thousands of times.

I started with five cartoons:

Today, I just added a new cartoon called Where do you want to go today? I'll be adding one new cartoon every week.

Where do you want to go today?

Where do you want to go today?
Internet Explorer does a great job of downloading Chrome.

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All cartoons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. You can share, remix, transform, copy, link to, redistribute cartoons and jokes but you can't sell them.

Visit lol.browserling.com, share some cartoons with your friends, and until next time!

This blog post is a repost of A new webdev cartoon: Internet Explorer on Browserling's Cross-browser testing blog.

Earlier this week I launched a new webcomic targeting web developer jokes. It's called lol.browserling.com. It's been a lot of fun and the cartoons have received nearly 10,000 views so far. I started with 3 cartoons:

I added a 4th cartoon yesterday called Bar, and today I added yet another new cartoon called Hotel.

Hotel

Hotel
A web page checked into a hotel. It was given room 404 and was never found since.

If you like these cartoons, please subscribe to webcomic updates and follow me and @browserling on Twitter!

All cartoons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. You can share, remix, transform, copy, link to, redistribute cartoons and jokes but you can't sell them.

Visit lol.browserling.com, share some cartoons with your friends, and until next time!

This blog post is a repost of A new webdev cartoon: Hotel on Browserling's Cross-browser testing blog.

Yesterday I launched lol.browserling.com - a new webdev jokes cartoon series. I started with 3 cartoons (restaurant, comic sans, grandma) and just now I added a new cartoon.

Bar

Bar
While humans have to pay for each drink at the bar, a web browser is able to just open a tab.

If you like these cartoons, please subscribe to updates and follow me and @browserling on Twitter!

All cartoons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. You can share, remix, transform, copy, link to, redistribute cartoons and jokes but you can't sell them.

Visit lol.browserling.com, share some cartoons with your friends, and until next time!

This blog post is a repost of A new webdev cartoon: Bar on Browserling's Cross-browser testing blog.

Remember my two posts (post one, post two) about new web developer jokes? Well, I just hired an illustrator to turn these jokes into cartoons. She did such an awesome job that I realized it would be fantastic to turn these cartoons into a new web comic series about web developers, web designers, web programmers, and browsers so I just launched lol.browserling.com!

Visit now!

lol.browserling.com

Here are the first three cartoons. I'll be adding one or two new cartoons every week. If you like these cartoons, please subscribe to updates and follow me and @browserling on Twitter!

Restaurant

Restaurant
A web developer left a restaurant before ordering because he hated the menus. They were fold-outs and he prefers drop-downs.

Comic Sans

Comic Sans
What did Times New Roman say to Comic Sans? - I hate your type!

Grandma

Grandma
My grandma never got to experience the Internet, not because she's old, but because she used Internet Explorer.

I've added social features such as sharing cartoons on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook quickly. You can also email cartoons to your friend without leaving the website and you can download the cartoons with one click.

All cartoons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. You can share, remix, transform, copy, link to, redistribute cartoons and jokes but you can't sell them.

Visit lol.browserling.com, share some cartoons with your friends, and until next time!

This blog post is a repost of Announcing a new webdev comic series on Browserling's Cross-browser testing blog.

Cross-browser testing is a serious business and it needs more fun, so I hired a comedian to write original one-liner jokes for Browserling. Here are a dozen more new, original web developer jokes.

Did you miss the first blog post about webdev jokes? Here it is: New, Original Web Developer Jokes.

  • While humans have to pay for each drink at the bar, a web browser is able to just open a tab.
  • Internet Explorer goes shopping. An employee asks, "Do you need help?" Internet Explorer responds, "No. Just browsing".
  • The best guys to be in a relationship with are web designers because understand that to make something great, it takes time to develop.
  • A web developer's house is usually stuffy because when the house isn't in use, they close the windows.
  • A web developer can make a mobile home look like a mansion simply because they know it's all about the layout.
  • An empty Internet browser is an automatic omission of guilt.
  • Did you know, Google Chrome's logo is the son of the kid's electronic game, Simon.
  • The best Presidential candidate would be a web developer because they have to make things work on different platforms.
  • My grandma never got to experience the Internet, not because she was too old, but because she used Internet Explorer.
  • A web developer left a restaurant before ordering because he hated the menus. They were foldouts and he prefers dropdowns.
  • You'll never see a web developer driving a fancy, shinny, car. Sure, they like the polished look, but hate buffering.
  • Internet Explorer does a great job of downloading Chrome.

This blog post is a cross-post of More Web Developer Jokes from Browserling's Cross-Browser Testing Blog.

Have fun and until next time!