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  • Other recent "bro" blends are a bit more macho: brogrammer (bro + programmer), "a programmer who behaves in a stereotypically frat-boy manner"; bromance (bro + romance) "a close but nonsexual relationship between two men"; and brodeo (bro + rodeo), "a social gathering primarily or exclusively of men."

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  • It's definitely pejorative in my observation of its usage (cf. flavor of some of those tweets ‑‑>), but not by virtue of being a portmanteau or the "bro"part.

    December 14, 2012

  • Are bromanteaus like this one really pejorative? I would never use them (non-ironically) myself, but some people sure seem to think it's a good thing.

    December 14, 2012

  • A pejorative portmanteau of "bro" and "programmer" used to describe a computer programmer that is (perhaps unknowingly) using inferior, but popular practices or devices.

    December 14, 2012