We know that software engineers can be an interesting group of people. The
SOLV-IT! Team would like to help you better understand the people with whom you
work. So, if you do not have a tribble handy to verify the Klingon nature of
some of your co-workers, here are some here are some likely phrases that could
be overheard if you had a Klingon on your software development team:
"This code is a piece of crap! You have no honor!"
"veQ 'oHtaH bIghunpu'bogh Dochvam'e'. bIquvHa'"
"A TRUE Klingon warrior does not comment his code!"
"ghunpu'ghachDajvaD Delbe' tlhIngan SuvwI'na'"
"By filing this bug report you have questioned my family honor. Prepare
"Qapbe' ghunpu'ghach 'e' Daja'mo' quvHa' qorDu'wI'. DaH qaHoH"
"You question the worthiness of my Code?! I should kill you where you
"lo'laHchugh ghunpu'ghachwIj 'e' Dayu''a' chaq bIQambogh DaqDaq qaHoH"
"Our competitors are without honor!"
"quvHa' jaghma' jay'"
"Specs are for the weak and timid!"
"Delbogh navmey poQ pujwI'vaD ghIjwI'vaD je"
"This machine is a piece of GAGH! I need dual Pentium II processors if I
am to do battle with this code!"
"qagh 'oHtaH De'wI'. jIghunqu'chugh vaj cha' pentIum cha' mIqta'mey
"Perhaps it IS a good day to Die! I say we ship it!"
"chaq DaHjaj jaj QaQ maHeghmoHlu' wIngeH jIjatlh."
"My program has just dumped Stova Core!"
"DaH Stova qor ghItlh ghunpu'ghachwIj"
"Behold, the keyboard of Kalis! The greatest Klingon code warrior that
"De'wI'Daq ghItlhbogh jan qeylIS yIleghqu' ghaH ghun law' Hoch ghun puS"