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techie

(ˈtɛki)
1. n. a student in a technical or engineering college. Of course, one groovy guy proves that techies aren’t nerds, right?
2. n. a person with technical skills or knowledge. The techies say it should work, theoretically, that is.
3. mod. having to do with technical people or things. I don’t like this techie jargon.
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However, the finding was rebuked by Mapbox, the company providing satellite images which the techie apparently used to spot the plane.
This is not a technical problem; it is simply the result of a decision by techies who know little about marketing.
Techie is a term, derivative of the word technology, for a person who displays a great, sometimes even obsessive, interest in technology, high-tech devices, and particularly computers.
For instance, for the recent Virat Hindu Samjothsava organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, a number of techies turned out in huge numbers.
In his complaint to the local police, the manager of the bank said that the techie threatened that he was carrying bomb and would blow up the bank if the cashier didn't hand over all the cash to him.
Finally, a techie tweaked the sound and Clapton belted ``I Shot the Sheriff.
Sometimes the techie in me jumps to techno-speak without realizing it.
and provider of SaaS-based collaboration, access and IT support solutions, was awarded the 2010 Techie Award in the software category for its online web conferencing product GoToWebinar[R].
In fact, the techie duo could not stop from boasting about their pet possession and even uploaded the pictures of the reptiles on various social networking sites.
Make Gift-Giving Less Stressful with These Best-Selling Techie Gifts
I struggled a bit to come up with a headline for this month's cover story because when it comes to discussing gizmos and gadgets, there isn't just a word or two words that accurately describes all the various classroom techie stuff.
com, founded in 1998, was named the 2000 recipient of the Techie Award for its positive impact on the technical recruiting industry in the Delaware Valley.
It's very important for a company in the San Francisco Bay Area to know the average salary of technology professionals so they can recruit competitively, or for a start-up in Austin to be able to choose new office space based on local market data that highlights where most techies in the area live," said Doug Berg, Founder and Chief Techie of techies.
Kevin Devick isn't a techie by training, but he recognized a high-technology trend when he saw one - and wound up creating a new job for himself at Platinum Entertainment Inc.
FatWire Software, a leading web content management (WCM) provider, today announced that three of the company's employees have been selected for the Top Twenty Techie Award from the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet).