Apparently, today is programmers' day ...

I think it is far more exciting that today is Friday the thirteenth than it is a day recognized as Programmers' Day by some. To me, the Wikipedia entry makes it sound like it is a day that'd be observed by people who think of themselves as l33t haxors: “Programmers' Day is an international professional day recognized in many technology companies and programming firms, that is celebrated on the 256th (hexadecimal 100th, or the 2^8^th) …”

The 256th day of the year ... *sigh* … Personally, I am particularly fond of 0xC7 which is the first Z80 opcode I learned as a little kid. 0xC7, 0xC9 and, of course, 0x00 are the only opcodes I can still describe without checking. Some achievement, huh?

I am just saying the 0365th day of the year would have made more sense. Web developers can feel included by realizing that it is 0xF5.