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Definition of code monkey

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: acronym for "fuck off and die".
Definitions include: a form of shareware where, in lieu of the "registration" fee, the author asks that users donate to a charity.
Definitions include: a videogame that requires mashing buttons to play, rather than finesse.
Definitions include: "non-nude".
Definitions include: an icon, pictorial, or 3D representation of a person online.
Definitions include: a computer whose security has been compromised, and is then used to perform computer misdeeds, such as sending spam or performing denial-of-service attacks.
Definitions include: of the title to an article or webpage, vague enough so that one has to click the title to learn what the destination is actually about.
Definitions include: person who engages in computer security breaching for the purpose of finding problems to fix before another party ("black hat") can maliciously exploit them.
Definitions include: Speculation about the origin of the term includes the custom of the Easter Egg hunt observed in the U.S. and many parts of Europe, as well Faberge' eggs containing hidden objects.
Definitions include: "LOL" with the O replaced with an E.
Definitions include: peeping tom.
Definitions include: acronym for "I Don't Believe You."
Definitions include: acronym for "not work safe".
Definitions include: acronym for "pardon my jumping in".
Definitions include: "please".

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Other terms relating to 'code':

Definitions include: a code used in medical situations to indicate that the patient has defecated themselves.
Definitions include: an emergency situation.
Definitions include: something that indicates poor choices made elsewhere in a code base.
Definitions include: word up that's the code word..
Definitions include: to keep your mouth shut and mind your own business.
Definitions include: code whose overall structure is difficult to understand.
Definitions include: source code that is extremely difficult to understand.

Other terms relating to 'monkey':

Definitions include: to be or act totally stupid
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: a silly or ineffectual person.
Definitions include: extremely intoxicated.
Definitions include: a Frenchman.
Definitions include: a person who has a menial job and who works at a desk.
Definitions include: a funky person.
Definitions include: to care a tiny amount, always used in the negative
Definitions include: to severely injure someone.
Definitions include: a mechanic.
Definitions include: This theorem has been traced to the mathematician E'mile Borel in 1913, and was first popularized by the astronomer Sir Arthur Eddington.
Definitions include: One who cleans up ejaculate at a peepshow.
Definitions include: someone with muscles who looks big and macho.
Definitions include: This describes one who is handy and skilled at stimulating penises.
Definitions include: to perform terribly.

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