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    The project manager just told me I could name the five releases whatever I want ...

    ... so they shall be named Roger, Roderick, Reuben, Reginald and, of course, Brian.

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    What's that, up in the sky? A bird? A plane?

    No, it's this joke.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Monty Python?

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    I've been trying for 15 years to name a project 'Roger'. You lucky bastard.

    "So what are you doing tomorrow"
    "Roger the release"

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    Oh, and as an aside, my great work naming win was with a mate when they had to give all the teams in a call centre. I convinced him to call his team 'The Proletariat' which he told them was kind of a special forces unit in the Roman Legion. Took about 2 years before someone actually looked it up what it really meant.

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    That's fantastic!

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    My best win so far was using this symbol as an exit button instead of your usual cross (or whatever):



    I just put it there and people call it the "running man button". nobody ever pulled me up on it, and now that software is used in hospitals throughout the world!

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