Kim is a junior developer. She's only been a programmer a few years, but is smart, learns quickly, and builds great software when she gets the chance.
When she started, she was full on energy, hope, and promise. Then she was moved to support for one month. Three years later, she's still there. She fixes bugs. All day long, every day, and fixes them almost as fast as the other programmers make new ones. Needless to say, she's become disillusioned and has learned very well "what not to do".
She still loves programming but hates her job and all those who make her life miserable, especially her bosses. Will her love of building software outlast her hatred of incompetents and jerks? Only time and metrics will tell.
Kim is drawn with 19 rectangles, each with a border and some with rounded corners or slanted angles.
These rectangles are described by data stored as arguments that are converted by software into HTML that your browser displays as pictures.
Here are Kim's arguments:
Line left:89 top:27 width:0 height:103 bdrWth:0 leftWth:2 Angle:00