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There are plenty of entrepreneurs, techies and private-equity managers with liberal-arts degrees.
VIA Metropolitan Transit is hosting its second codeathon at Trinity University this weekend, allowing coders, designers and techies of all kinds work together on innovative solutions to various transit challenges.
Fellow techies donating to his campaign include Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox, Zynga co-founder Mark Pincus and Craigslist founder Craig Newmark.
While others in Hollywood didn't quite understand her, composer and fellow techie George Antheil, got her immediately.
The group is already funding scholarships for almost 3,000 kids currently in college, with backing from the foundations of other techies, including Bill and Melinda Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, and Pierre and Pam Omidyar.
The batteries also gave the techies a little trouble, since the cats’ size limited them to using only the smallest batteries and restricted the amount of time the cat would be able to record.
To build Sandboxx into a thriving technology company the two former Marines teamed up to build the apps' features with a handful of young techies, many of whom work out of the Crystal City offices of 1776, a Washington area start-up incubator.
Well, with just a bit of techie knowledge, Dark Betty could have easily pre-recorded all Black Hood's phone calls to Betty.
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Origin and Etymology of techie
First Known Use: 1970See Words from the same year
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: someone who knows a lot about technology
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