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4 definitions by DCBoy

 
1.
1)A term used to refer to a person who is interested in technology almost to the point of obsession.
2)A person that is extremely knowledgeable about Information Technology. These individuals generally have built custom CPU towers that run a opensource OS from either a UNIX or Linux thread. As well as spend Much of there free time researching new Computer technologies.

3)Techy is a term that a "Computer Nerd" may use to refer to himself or other "Computer Nerds" but may not be used by others (Kind of like the equivalent to the N word for "Computer Nerds") It is derogatory for non Techys to refer to someone as a Techy.

*Can also be spelled "Techie" ((however the "Teamsters" that work back stage at theaters are now using the term "Techie" to try and dissociate them selves with the teamsters that work on film sets.)Not cool!!! real Techies/Techys have come up with pretty much every major advancement in the technological field for the last 40+years. without them you wouldn't have the computerized lighting and sound systems that you use todays. that would make your jobs a lot harder. So please respect the title)
Techy 1: Hi I need a patch to make a new Barracuda HDD work with freenas v0.68
Techy 2: check the techy forums
or
Techy 1: Hi I'm new @ this forum but am comp lit and do consider my self to be a Techy
or
non-techy 1: look at that new kid over there he so lame
non-techy 2: yeah I heard he's head of the Computer Club what a techy
by DCBoy June 05, 2010
 
2.
1)Techys is the Plural form of Techy
2)A term used to refer to people who are interested in technology almost to the point of obsession.
3)People that are extremely knowledgeable about Information Technology. These individuals generally have built custom CPU towers that run a opensource OS from either a UNIX or Linux thread. As well as spend Much of there free time researching new Computer technologies.

4)Techys is a term that "Computer Nerds" may use to refer to themself or other "Computer Nerds" but may not be used by others (Kind of like the equivalent to the N word for "Computer Nerds") It is derogatory for non Techys to refer to others as a Techys.

*Can also be spelled "Techies" ((however the "Teamsters" that work back stage at theaters are now using the term "Techies" to try and dissociate them selves with the teamsters that work on film sets.)Not cool!!! real Techies/Techys have come up with pretty much every major advancement in the technological field for the last 40+years. without them you wouldn't have the computerized lighting and sound systems that you use todays. that would make your jobs a lot harder. So please respect the title)
Techy 1: Hi I need a patch to make a new Barracuda HDD work with freenas v0.68
Techy 2: check with the other techys using that OS
or
Techy 1: Hi I'm new @ this forum but am comp lit and do consider my self to be a Techy but guess we're all techys here
or
non-techy 1: look at those new kids over there there so lame
non-techy 2: yeah I heard there part of the Computer Club what techys
by DCBoy June 05, 2010
 
3.
1)A term used to refer to a person who is interested in technology almost to the point of obsession.
2)A person that is extremely knowledgeable about Information Technology. These individuals generally have built custom CPU towers that run a opensource OS from either a UNIX or Linux thread. As well as spend Much of there free time researching new Computer technologies.

3)Techie is a term that a "Computer Nerd" may use to refer to himself or other "Computer Nerds" but may not be used by others (Kind of like the equivalent to the N word for "Computer Nerds") It is derogatory for non Techies to refer to someone as a Techie.

*Can also be spelled Techy

((however the "Teamsters" that work back stage at theaters are now using the term "Techie" (with the "ie" spelling) to try and dissociate them selves with the teamsters that work on film sets.)Not cool!!! real Techies/Techys have come up with pretty much every major advancement in the technological field for the last 40+years. without them you wouldn't have the computerized lighting and sound systems that you use todays. that would make your jobs a lot harder. So please respect the title)
Techie 1: Hi I need a patch to make a new Barracuda HDD work with freenas v0.68
Techie 2: check the techie forums
or
Techie 1: Hi I'm new @ this forum but am comp lit and do consider my self to be a Techie
or
non-techie 1: look at that new kid over there he so lame
non-techie 2: yeah I heard he's head of the Computer Club what a techie
by DCBoy June 05, 2010
 
4.
1)Techies is the Plural form of Techie
2)A term used to refer to people who are interested in technology almost to the point of obsession.
3)People that are extremely knowledgeable about Information Technology. These individuals generally have built custom CPU towers that run a opensource OS from either a UNIX or Linux thread. As well as spend Much of there free time researching new Computer technologies.

4)Techies is a term that "Computer Nerds" may use to refer to themself or other "Computer Nerds" but may not be used by others (Kind of like the equivalent to the N word for "Computer Nerds") It is derogatory for non Techies to refer to others as Techies.

*Can also be spelled "Techys"

((however the "Teamsters" that work back stage at theaters are now using the term "Techies" (ie spelling not y) to try and dissociate them selves with the teamsters that work on film sets.)Not cool!!! real Techies/Techys have come up with pretty much every major advancement in the technological field for the last 40+years. without them you wouldn't have the computerized lighting and sound systems that you use todays. that would make your jobs a lot harder. So please respect the title)
Techie 1: Hi I need a patch to make a new Barracuda HDD work with freenas v0.68
Techie 2: check with the other techies useing that OS
or
Techie 1: Hi I'm new @ this forum but am comp lit and do consider my self to be a Techie but guess we're all techies here
or
non-techie 1: look at those new kids over there they're so lame
non-techie 2: yeah I heard they're part of the Computer Club what techies
by DCBoy June 05, 2010