There’s now an Urban Dictionary for tech terms, how many do you know?


Whether you’re tired of hearing newfangled phrases in discussions about tech or are still recovering from Post Silicon Valley Move Stress Disorder , there’s now a ready reckoner to sort you out.

Silicon Valley Dictionary serves up nearly 200 (and counting) terms commonly used in the tech world, along with a smattering of them from ‘Silicon Valley’, an HBO comedy that presents a wry take on startups.

Some of my favorites are:

Gluttonygramming: Programming and working at a slower pace to purposely get more food out of the company.

Early Employee: A founder who will take 1% of the company instead of 25%. This is a polite way of saying “sucker.”

On Demand: Another way of saying “for lazy people.”

The site is a great way to cut Ride Sharing Tension. If you need me, I’ll be here checking out my vanity metrics.

➤ Silicon Valley Dictionary

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