On GitHub, a very amusing collection of recipes of cocktails specifically for programmers -- with names to match. My favourite, JMP (aka Assembler).
A culinary project for a professional holiday - "Programmers Day", celebrated on the 256th day of the year.
This year Programmers Day is Friday the 13th of September! :)
Here is the GitHub version for forks and pull-requests.
Original post: http://habrahabr.ru/post/192942/ (in russian)
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