I know you want to read them without any delay. Okay, I won’t beat about the bush… for all the tech geeks, here we go -
“She is the shareware girl in the office”. It is a company jargon for the coolest girl in the organization. It neither has a sexual overtone nor any sarcasm. It is used with positive intentions.
It is a popular slang used these days for chilling and relaxing, as in “Hey what’s up? Nothing, just chillaxin.”
“Oh no, I failed to recognize the mistake, I would have fat fingered it.” The term refers to a mistake while typing on a computer.
This stands for Falling Off My Chair Laughing. This slang is used more than LOL these days. Most of the couch potatoes browse sitting on the chair and when they come across something very funny, they FOMCL
Chips and salsa
Chips stand for computer hardware and salsa for software. For example, you might come across a tech support person using it, “Firstly figure out the problem, whether it is with the chip or the salsa.”
Thirty pretending to be Twenty One
This is funniest acronym used to address the person, “Thirty pretending to be Twenty One”. It is used as an acronym while online chat, SMS, e-mail and blogs.
PITA (Pain in the Ass)
It used primarily while texting, online chat, e-mail, messaging, posts, etc. As in “What a PITA”, it is basically an acronym.
It used these days instead of jargon like “get it”. For example, you may say, did you Grok?” meaning “Did you get it?”
It basically means idiot. This word is more common for the person in tech support dealing with customers over the phone or online. For example, “I have an ID10T online”.
“Double Geeking” means using two computers at a time. “Three Geeking”, referred to a person simultaneously using three computers. A person is referred to be multitasking while working with two devices at the same time, and a person who handles more than one device is known to be wearing digital or technical jewelry.
These are special effects used on the website to impress the clients. “This page does not come out that appealing, may be a little dancing baloney would help.”
It is referred to managers who flies in, shouts on top of his voice, fires words at everything and then walk away.
All your bases are belong to us
These words eventually emerged as a mainstream gaming joke because of seriously bad Japanese to English interpretation. This line is from a Japanese video game called Zero Wing Sega Genesis.
This term refers to men and women from suburbs that commute to the city every day for working. They just prefer to have coffee or some other roadie stuff on the way to work.
Angry garden salad
Poorly designed website GUI with inappropriate coding is addressed with this slang. (On clicking one thing some irrelevant opens)
A typical gossip going viral on the internet, through blogs, posting, tweets or e-mail.
It is an e-mail arriving without a text in its message body.
A slang used for a messy situation or a tangled mess. It is mainly with reference to a computer code messed up under the label of renowned organization.
Middle school dance
This is used when two persons sitting together for each other to initiate the conversation, resulting in no exchange at all. It often occurs during social networking or system integration.
It is referred to a website with unnecessary graphics, designs and too much animation. As heard among the designers, “this page needs redesigning; it’s a total cornea gumbo.”
A totally useless or inappropriate Java applet, as in, “I wasted an hour downloading this stinkin’crapplet.”
Many things go wrong on the computer system at the same time. This can be because of one command or action. “Don’t go there, as there is a large cluster funk going on.”
A witty or impacting comment that you come across on the internet. It is used when you come across an innovative or unique piece of comment or opinion, “What a fortune cookie.”
Open your kimono
It is a Silicon Valley slang popularly used for revealing business ideas and strategies after signing an NDA.
It is used when and online discussion shapes into a heated argument. It includes a series of personal attacks against the debaters.
Addition of inclusions to e-mail messages and the server or the receiver cannot be found. These are suspicious inclusions and require in-depth analysis to find what the router problem is. It is also known as “daemon droppings.”