You have a problem and decide to use recursion.

Now you have a problem.

You have a problem and decide to use Java.

Now you have a ProblemFactory.

You have a problem and decide to use Python.

Now you don't know what you have. Could be an int, a string, a list or

a problem.

You have a problem and decide to use threads.

Two now problems have you.

You have a problem and decide to use Lisp.

Now you have a list of problems.

You have a problem and decide to use locks.

Now you have

You have a problem and decide to use delegation.

Now your problem is your problem's problem.

You have a problem and decide to use anagrams.

Now you have lamb rope.

You have a problem and decide to implement your own binary search tree.

Now you have a belmopr.

You have a problem and decide to use Unicode.

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You have a problem and decide to use make.

Now you know how to make problems.

You have a problem and decide to use STL.

Now you have a _Hashtable_iterator<std::pair<const basic_string<char,

str::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >, int>,

basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char > >...

You have a problem and decide to use Haskell.

Now you have an infinite list of problems.

You have a problem and decide to use Oracle.

Now the problem has you for lunch.

You have a problem and decide to use Apple.

Now you have a license to have a problem on any three computers you own.

You have a problem and decide to use Apple.

Now you have a shiny problem.

You have a problem and decide to use pair programming.

Now you have someone else's problem.

You have a problem and decide to use Agile.

Now you have an epic problem.

You have a problem and decide to use dependency injection.

Now you depend on the problem.

You have a problem and decide to use closures.

Now you have the problem in your environment.

You have a problem and decide to use SCRUM.

Now you talk about the problem every day.

You have a problem and decide to use UML.

Now you are in hell.

You have a problem and decided to use open source.

Now the community has a problem.

You have a problem and decided to use cloud.

Now you have to pay for every instance of a problem.

You have a problem and decided to use map/reduce.

Now you can easily scale your problem.

You have a problem and decided to use Haskell

now you have a lazy problem

You have a problem and decide to use С.

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You have a problem and decide to use Wikipedia.

Now problem needs citation.

You have a problem and decide to use perl.

Now noone can tell what the problem is looking at your solution.

You have a problem and decide to use google.

Now you know 31,457 ways to describe your problem and around 15

completely wrong solutions for it.

You have a problem, and decide to use floating point.

Now you have 2.00000001 problems.

You have a problem and decide to use Matlab.

Now you have double problem.

You have a problem and decide to dissolve it in water.

Now you have a solution.

You have a problem and decide to use CUDA.

Now you can heat and cook your dinner with your problem

Now you have a problem.

You have a problem and decide to use Java.

Now you have a ProblemFactory.

You have a problem and decide to use Python.

Now you don't know what you have. Could be an int, a string, a list or

a problem.

You have a problem and decide to use threads.

Two now problems have you.

You have a problem and decide to use Lisp.

Now you have a list of problems.

You have a problem and decide to use locks.

Now you have

You have a problem and decide to use delegation.

Now your problem is your problem's problem.

You have a problem and decide to use anagrams.

Now you have lamb rope.

You have a problem and decide to implement your own binary search tree.

Now you have a belmopr.

You have a problem and decide to use Unicode.

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You have a problem and decide to use make.

Now you know how to make problems.

You have a problem and decide to use STL.

Now you have a _Hashtable_iterator<std::pair<const basic_string<char,

str::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >, int>,

basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char > >...

You have a problem and decide to use Haskell.

Now you have an infinite list of problems.

You have a problem and decide to use Oracle.

Now the problem has you for lunch.

You have a problem and decide to use Apple.

Now you have a license to have a problem on any three computers you own.

You have a problem and decide to use Apple.

Now you have a shiny problem.

You have a problem and decide to use pair programming.

Now you have someone else's problem.

You have a problem and decide to use Agile.

Now you have an epic problem.

You have a problem and decide to use dependency injection.

Now you depend on the problem.

You have a problem and decide to use closures.

Now you have the problem in your environment.

You have a problem and decide to use SCRUM.

Now you talk about the problem every day.

You have a problem and decide to use UML.

Now you are in hell.

You have a problem and decided to use open source.

Now the community has a problem.

You have a problem and decided to use cloud.

Now you have to pay for every instance of a problem.

You have a problem and decided to use map/reduce.

Now you can easily scale your problem.

You have a problem and decided to use Haskell

now you have a lazy problem

You have a problem and decide to use С.

ow you have a pYou have a problem and decide to use С.

You have a problem and decide to use Wikipedia.

Now problem needs citation.

You have a problem and decide to use perl.

Now noone can tell what the problem is looking at your solution.

You have a problem and decide to use google.

Now you know 31,457 ways to describe your problem and around 15

completely wrong solutions for it.

You have a problem, and decide to use floating point.

Now you have 2.00000001 problems.

You have a problem and decide to use Matlab.

Now you have double problem.

You have a problem and decide to dissolve it in water.

Now you have a solution.

You have a problem and decide to use CUDA.

Now you can heat and cook your dinner with your problem