Mark Bowytz

Besides contributing at @TheDailyWTF, I write DevDisasters for Visual Studio Magazine, and involved in various side projects including child rearing and marriage. Twitter: @mbowytz

The WTF Experience

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"As it turns out, they've actually been singing Purple Haze before the start of all of those sportsball games," Adam writes.


An Error Storm of Monstrous Proportions

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"Move over NOAA, Google News shows us, unfortunately after the fact that The Daily Beast is the TRUEST hurricane prognosticator," Alejandro D. writes.


Modern Customer Support

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"It's interesting to consider that First Great Western's train personnel track on-time but meanwhile, their seats measure uptime," writes Roger G.


Full Stack Languages...and BEYOND!

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"When travelling to outer space, don't forget your...Javascript code?" writes Rob S.


Many Languages, One WTF

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"It's as if IntelliJ IDEA just gave up trying to parse my code," writes John F.

Henry D. writes, "If you have a phone in English but have it configured to recognize two different languages, simple requests sometimes morph into the weirdest things."


Does Your Child Say "WTF" at Home?

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Abby wrote, "I'm tempted to tell the school that my child mostly speaks Sanskrit."


Resistant to Change

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Tom H. writes, "They got rid of their old, outdated fax machine, but updating their website? Yeah, that might take a while."


One Size Fits All

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"Multi-platform AND multi-gender! Who knew SSDs could be so accomodating?" Felipe C. wrote.


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