Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Hitler and the CNC Guys

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37 comments:

Charles Anderson said...

Holy Mary Mother of God - that was funny.

Bill Rehm said...

I nearly wet myself. Then I watched this video and laughed heartily. And nearly wet myself.

David McIlmoyl said...

So this is what you were doing last week while I was running the keyboard huh?

altquark said...

That was the best. I loved the references to Ed's fishing statue - holy cow, that is literally the best freakin' JDE parody I've seen for a LONG time - you must've spent eons writing that one !

Jon Steel
(AltQuark)

Anonymous said...

LMFAO!! knowledge jungle... gold

Anonymous said...

Pure Genuis... Geek humour at its best!

Anonymous said...

On further review...I think it is funnier the second time around.

Anonymous said...

Pretty good, pretty good. Hope larry enjoys it when he sees it. Heil Larry!

Anonymous said...

Great work! And its all so true! Funniest thing I've seen for ages!

Anonymous said...

recommended for oscars...nice one buddy..maranbe-jdelist

Morglum666 said...

Hahahahah - I almost forgot about the statue, and 10 character server names..

go build your packages!

coomar4563 said...

Great way to start my day. Funniest thing I have seen in a long time!

Stewart Schatz said...

Wow! I love the reference to the date format - it drives me nuts!

Bob said...

Well done!

"All the objects were checked in!"

hehehe...

Chris Demion said...

Mate, that was awesome, I actually work for BigBlue and coïncidently on JDE as Senior IT Consultant which made me laugh even more : 'Julian dates' hi hi,, been there too!

Adrian C said...

I can't believe I lived to see Hitler analyzing a package deployment! And I can't stop laughing ... ex-ce-lent!

Clark Breisch said...

Hilarious - it will go viral very quickly in the JDE world.

Anonymous said...

This is very funny, love the Java part...EGraveran-jdelist

Shailesh said...

Awesome !! Just Awesome !! And all that is the hard truth. I wish Larry was shown this video.

Piece of brilliance, Jeff. Now how about some videos about technical development issues (like BLOB formats) and module issues in inventory, finance etc ?

Ari said...

Unbelievable!
Somebody who lives my life has written that!

Eurofooty said...

Hehe.. java, jvm zombies. Comedy gold.

Steve Warburton said...

So thats where Oracle get it from - a hostile invasion - take you over and then kill off all the prople. Now it all makes sense.

Genuis

Anonymous said...

Awesome, just awesome. I think I actually started crying at one point.

Doc Mood said...

OMG That was awesome..took me back a bit but it seems like nothing much has changed...hitler still runs the show!!! LMFAO

Ankur said...

hahahaha hilarious , nice ,

Jen said...

I can't believe I understood all that! I need help. HELP!

Anonymous said...

I just keep watching it!!! So funny and so true. You deserve some kind of award for this!!

Anonymous said...

Really funny! It feels like a day in life for a CNC..(BTW.. Day in Life is a term that ORCL guys use for testing this sh$%&^y software..;-))

Giorgio said...

ACHTUNG !!! FIELE FLUGZEUGE UBER DENVER
Translate : Warning LUFTWAFFE on Denver's sky!! Be careful guys!!!

Anonymous said...

ACHTUNG !!! ACHTUNG!!!
FIELE FLUGZEUGE UBER DENVER!!!
Translation : Warning !!
LUFTWAFFE on Denver's skies!!
No more issue list !!!!

Anonymous said...

cazzo, è fortissimo!!!!!!!

LOL

Anonymous said...

Very clever! You should submit this for OpenWorld general session entertainment.

Anonymous said...

Inspired.

Jose Antonio Freyre said...

Hahahahaha Oh my god that was hilarious!!!! even more since i'm trying to install a new deployment for an upgrade an this Fluztazhgenhen! keeps failing hahahahaha

Anonymous said...

My wife works as a MTCE analyst for O&G company, and she just roared whilst watching vid. THEY have JDE and could relate. TFF !!

Rick Melli said...

I just watched it again - still funny!

Barbara Burns said...

I tried to find this video on You Tube - but no luck. It was nice seeing it again.