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A person who has great expertise in computing and related technology.‘the alpha geeks are often a few years ahead of their time’
specialist, authority, pundit, oracle, resource personView synonyms
- ‘Thinking about it, I start to wonder if the Alpha geeks of the future will necessarily be human.’
- ‘Ben, European alpha geek and one of the people behind it, knew there would be risks.’
- ‘Our methodology is simple: we draw from the wisdom of the alpha geeks in our midst, paying attention to what's interesting to them, amplifying these weak signals, and seeing where they fit into the innovation ecology.’
- ‘I am not an alpha geek.’
- ‘Perhaps the "alpha geek" is more likely to be a group of people, a collaboration.’
- ‘We're the Alpha Geeks of our social circles.’
- ‘Why not let the alpha geeks build their own OS X machines too?’
- ‘"Essentially it is being able to recognize the alpha geeks in society and leveraging their enterprise."’
- ‘The room was filled with alpha geeks showing off their toys.’
- ‘Beta geeks watch the alpha geeks.’
- ‘Like everything else, to be an alpha geek requires tireless dedication, experimentation and studying.’
- ‘So you've got the business people, the alpha geeks, the legislators, the military, the policy people and the academics talking about things from very different angles.’
- ‘Alpha geeks tend to be very good at a few things.’
- ‘Hey, I should have a prominent mention as one of the alpha geeks.’
- ‘I think the point about the "alpha geek" is that they need not just technical skills nor creative skills but both.’
- ‘And this page was managed by a webmaster in the field: the metageek of all alpha geeks.’
- ‘I know a few Alpha Geeks, but I think you have to be a programmer to really understand the way this stuff develops.’
- ‘His successful balance of content and spin - and his ability to spot the communities that have crossover potential - means that he has become both spiritual father to alpha geeks worldwide and translator to the masses.’
- ‘"A lot of alpha geeks are hacking hardware," O'Reilly said.’
- ‘They're fundamentally high-profile, high-glamour bits of hardcore tech that (often) are completely outside the practical experience of the so-called Alpha geeks that attend these events.’
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