Brogrammer, noun., a bro who somehow learned to program, but would deny it in any social situation. A brogrammer does not have side projects and usually programs while listening to Dave Matthews Band, much to the irritation of his fellow programmers.
Noam: "Hey Jack, your a little late, can you rewrite this parser for me? It's not quoting HTML code."
Jack: *takes off Northface backpack and removes iPhone earbuds--Ants Marchin audibly playing* "Yea, lemme just get settled first."
Noam then comments on the IRC channel that Jack doesn't go on (because he thinks freenode is what happens at the bars on Thursdays at 5pm) and says, "man this intern jack is a real brogrammer, I'm glad he's gone at the end of month."
A programmer who breaks the usual expectations of quiet nerdiness and opts instead for the usual trappings of a frat-boy: popped collars, bad beer, and calling everybody "bro". Despised by everyone, especially other programmers.
Oh my god, John is talking about football and chicks again. That guy is such a brogrammer.
A programmer who looks like, acts like, or is a bro.
I was just talking to that tool who writes the iPhone apps yesterday - what a brogrammer.
A semi-mythical creature that is a combination of a programmer and a fratboy. A brogrammer sips protein shakes and lift weights between coding sessions.
Brogrammers rarely exist in real life and like much satire it is easily misunderstood by those who are not in on the joke.
A brogrammer maintains a solid 120 wpm on the keyboard while drunk and dancing.
A programmer who breaks the usual expectations of quiet nerdiness and opts instead to wear sunglasses while coding. Brogrammers also enjoy captioning photographs of themselves with "bro" puns.
Susie is such a brogrammer, coding in her broglasses while eating brogurt.
A popular, cool, or otherwise normal person who has become intrigued by the fun of programming. Usually unliked by the nerdy programmers for getting all of the friends and the girls, while creating cool and useful applications.
Jordan: "Aight, we'll smoke a bowl tonight then."
Courtney: "Sounds good, cya then ;)"
Milton: "Dad-Gummit Jordan, you're such a brogrammer."
Jordan: "Chill dude your day will come."
Alternate, less common usage: one of the subjects of a friendship between two programmers.
"Do you know that guy Chris Scott? The one who wrote the Swiz framework?"
"Yeah, we've been brogrammers for years now."