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So, how's my codingCash'n'Carrion Continuing in their established tradition of delivering droll apparel of the highest order, the wags down at TechnoDepot have just unveiled their latest offering - the How's my coding? t-shirt.

In addition to this provocative question, the shirt invites users to dial 0800 666 700 with their input. As the blurb puts it: "Hopefully you’ll get nothing but calls praising your bugless code - which of course you’ve tested extensively."

Quite so. The latest addition to the TechnoDepot range is printed on a 100 per cent cotton black shirt and comes in sizes ranging from medium to capacious XXXL for £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT). And speaking of the full range, a recent restock means that all of TechnoDepot's kit - including WTF?, RTFM and Bug? It’s an undocumented feature - can be had right now, right here.

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