Software Developers in a Farm

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Software developers, like farm animals, are creatures of habit. They spend their days cooped up in offices or coding caves, their minds focused on the task at hand. They are driven by a relentless pursuit of knowledge, always seeking to improve their skills and stay ahead of the curve.

Like dairy cows, software developers are milked for their productivity, their code and ideas squeezed out for the benefit of their employers. They work long hours, fueled by caffeine and the rush of solving complex problems.

But despite the demands of their profession, software developers are not without their own sense of freedom. Just as pigs might dream of rolling in the mud or chickens might yearn to peck at seeds in the grass, software developers dream of the day when they can break free from the confines of the corporate world and strike out on their own.

They dream of the freedom to work on their own terms, create their own software, and build their own empires. They dream of the day when they can roam the digital landscape, unfettered by the constraints of the 9-to-5 grind.

But until that day comes, software developers must plod along, churning out code and debugging their way through the endless stream of bugs. They are the unsung heroes of the tech industry, their contributions often overlooked in the grand scheme of things.

Like farm animals, software developers are creatures of routine, driven by their desire to create and innovate. They may not have the freedom of the open fields, but they have the power to shape the digital world in their own unique way.

The text you have just read is pretty dark. ChatGPT generated it as the result of the following command: “describe the life of software developers by comparing them with farm animals”.

One month ago, when I first discovered the ChatGPT, like everyone else who discovered it, asked him many questions to see how creative it’ll be. It is pretty easy to find similarities between farm animals and any employee in the system we are living in if you ask me, but I wouldn’t be able to describe them as striking as this.

Regardless of the fact that the text is written by an ai, I hope the cold reality it has will be useful to all of us as a cold shower in the morning.

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