n. To program computer code mediocrely (at the very best) within a governmental agency. In the private sector, such coding would result in immediate firing. Whereas, such coding in the governmental sphere is lauded as brilliant and even groundbreaking often resulting in a promotion.
v. To attempt to program at the level of a remedial 1st year DeVry student.
System Analyst 1: She biddled the code so badly it feels like I am picking the corn outta crap to make it even remotely work. I'll be even luckier if the compiler does not blow up turning it into machine code.
System Analyst 2: I used to call her The Riddler b/c of her confusing and unviable code but I think she has sunk to the level of The Biddler.
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