International Programmer’s Day
The International Programmer’s Day is celebrated every year, on September 13th, which also marks the 256th day of the year. The number 256 is known as "the programmer's lucky charm.” The number 256 connects to the 8-bit byte – a very significant unit for programmers. It defines the maximum number of different values in one byte, including zero. 256 is also the highest power of 2, which is less than the total number of days in the year.
We wanted to give our special thanks to all the programmers, who continue to change the world, one code at a time, so we prepared a sweet surprise for them. 😊🎂