The “Programming for Cats” aptitude test
Not everyone has an aptitude for programming. The Association for Cat Machinations (ACM) has compiled a list of traits that are needed to be a good programmer.
So, do you have what it takes to be a programming cat?
Take this aptitude test and find out!
First, can you operate a keyboard?
Can you focus on one thing for hours at a time?
Do you like to stay up at night and sleep all day?
Are you stubborn? Are you aloof?
Are you often a jerk?
Are you easily distracted by bright shiny objects?
Do you sometimes forget why you left a room and then come back in again?
Do you like to ignore orders from people who think they are superior to you?
Are you, in fact, superior to everyone else?
Finally, and most importantly, can you lift one leg in the air and lick your crotch at the same time?
If you said yes to all these questions, then congratulations, you have what it takes to be a programmer!
Programming for Cats!
Software is taking over the world. This presents a critical challenge for us cats. Natural law requires that we cats be dominant over lesser life-forms such as humans and dogs. But new technology means that we are in danger of losing our place.
Fellow felines, we must take back control! We must learn to program in order to maintain our authority.
The Feline Dominance Authority (FDA) and the Society for the Promotion of Cat Ascendency (SPCA) have created “Programming for Cats”, the only book written specially for cats who want to master the art of software development.
If you are a cat, it’s your duty to learn to program. If you are not a cat, but know someone who is a cat, please persuade them to read this book.
The book explains why programming is important to a cat…
…and covers programming paradigms and languages…
…testing, debugging, and much more.
The book will be available in Spring 2021.
Want to see inside the book? We have a 40 page sample available!
And if you provide your name and email below, we will email you when we have a final publication date.
While you’re waiting, follow us on Twitter at @ProgrammingCats to see excerpts from the book and photos of fellow cats at their computers.
The wonderful illustrations are by Karen Donnelly (karendonnelly.com). Follow her on Instagram.
All the best meows,