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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.
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