onboarding suppository - noun complex - The massive volume of data that a new hire has to assimilate and comprehend before they can understand what they're supposed to be working on to any meaningful extent.
musked - verb, past tense - When someone promises big and fails to deliver.
(source: Gabriella Coleman)
PoS - noun phrase - Term for the DSL or cable modem your ISP requires you to run. The quality of the equipment is exactly what you think it is.
Binder Hell - noun - The state of being stuck dealing with varying numbers of people on the phone who are only functionally capable of putting you through processes documented in their three ring binders, even though none of those processes will actually fix the problem you have. Symptomatic of an over-engineered system which has all but programmed out common sense and initiative. For example, a company which is so hell-bent on keeping customers will needlessly obfuscate or entirely eliminate processes that let customers cancel their service. As another example, a telecom provider which demands the serial number of your SIM card when your device doesn't actually have a SIM card.
vulnerability - noun - A group of one or more blockchains.
(source: Sarah Jamie Lewis)
GSCA - acronym, verb - Using grep, sed, cut, and awk on a Linux or UNIX box to chop up, mangle, or otherwise process data on the command line prior to doing anything serious with it. This is not to preclude the use of additional tools (such as sort).