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A male computer programmer who engages in stereotypically male-oriented activities and macho behavior.‘she's able to command the respect of brogrammers even as she pushes to make tech more welcoming to all kinds of women’
- ‘Are a few brogrammers giving the developer population, which is mostly married with children, an undeserved bad name?’
- ‘Believe me when I say you don't want a bunch of brogrammers, and this may happen if you only hire your buddies.’
- ‘Many a young brogrammer is shocked to discover his ilk didn't invent the 24-hour coding marathon.’
- ‘Computer science is still a brogrammer's world.’
- ‘Lastly, while brogrammer culture is rightly derided as juvenile, it apparently has flourished among a highly educated workforce.’
- ‘The world of the brogrammer is a vague and hazy place of stereotyped sex humour and pseudo-serious trend pieces.’
Early 21st century: blend of bro and programmer.
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.