An interview with Nerd*
Excerpts from an interview with Nerd in best of his mood:
Q: What is pure delight?
A: De bugging.
Q: What are your dreams?
A: A day when you are relieved of everything including your body’s input output requirements… then you can do nothing but programming.
Q: What do you do when you do not write programs?
A: Try to do things that lead me back to programming at the earliest possible instance.
Q: If there are no computers in the world?
A: I do not answer hypothetical questions.
Q: At which age you started programming?
A: I wish I had started programming earlier.
Q: Describe your perfect day?
A: Eat programming, Sleep programming and Drink… oh yes!, programming.
Q: What is the secret of good programmer?
A: Programming from the heart and always!
Q: Do you fall in love with some one?
A: Yes, and I also love my computer.
Q: What would you have been if not in computers?
A: Oh! That question always haunts me. I rather opt not to answer this.
Q: What is the philosophy of your life?
A: I believe in programming… and always.
Q: What do you do in your free time?
A: Write programs.
Q: Who is your inspiration?
A: Bugs. They inspire to program more and… seriously.
Q: Define programming?
A: Programming is innermost form of expression through syntax, Boolean, loop, pointer and all that.
Q: What distinguishes your work?
A: I like to write absolutely bug free lines. I write real programs for real people.
Q: Which will you prefer- Intelligent or Rich?
A: None. I prefer computers. If you still insist, than certainly the Rich then I can get more powerful latest computers.
Q: What is your perception of love?
A: Love is state of mind when everything good or bad seems just wonderful. For example, you just love the bug that appears in your first few lines of code. I think everybody should fall in love with computers as often as they can.
Q: Your comments about i.t. magazine?
A: Wonderful. It also works as pillow whenever I am forced to have a nap.
* Here, Nerd= A self proclaimed computer guru.