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droupie (data groupie)

Part of the Data and data management glossary:

Droupie (for data groupie ) is computer jargon for someone who likes to spend time with people who are more computer literate than they are. The droupie is assumed to admire the technically inclined for their proficiency with computer applications just as the traditional groupie admires musicians for their musical ability.

This was last updated in March 2011
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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