joe


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joe

(jargon, security)
A computer account whose user name and password are the same. Joes are considered harmful, as are any passwords which are easy to guess.

Joe (“Fat Boy”)

sole employment consists in alternately eating and sleeping. [Br. Lit.: Pickwick Papers]
See: Fatness

Joe (Fat Boy)

“Damn that boy, he’s gone to sleep again.” [Br. Lit.: Dickens Pickwick Papers]
See: Sleep

Joe

(Java Objects Everywhere) A CORBA-compliant ORB from Sun. It allowed a Java-compliant Web browser or network computer running a Java operating system to have access to CORBA objects in a network. See CORBA and RMI.
References in classic literature ?
Into the drug store came Joe Welling, brushing the screen door violently aside.
The water is up in Wine Creek," cried Joe Wel- ling with the air of Pheidippides bringing news of the victory of the Greeks in the struggle at Mara- thon.
That's your account,' said Joe,' and I wouldn't give another sixpence, if I was to be boiled for not doing it.
It's a weakness of mine, and that's the way I ruin myself,' said old Joe.
Joe, with black hair and eyes, had such a prevailing redness of skin that I sometimes used to wonder whether it was possible she washed herself with a nutmeg-grater instead of soap.
When I ran home from the churchyard, the forge was shut up, and Joe was sitting alone in the kitchen.
On 1 May she would have thanked Eddy politely for his trouble, adding, however, that she would really prefer not to meet poor Joe again.
So, when the doctor conceived the project of crossing Africa through the air, for Joe the thing was already done; obstacles no longer existed; from the moment when the doctor had made up his mind to start, he had arrived --along with his faithful attendant, too, for the noble fellow knew, without a word uttered about it, that he would be one of the party.
Joe watched, with bulging eyes, a few shirts and several changes of underclothes come out of the box, followed by books, and more books.
Joe drew away from her, and they walked apart to the entrance.
That's all right for you, Dele," said Joe, attacking a can of peas with a carving knife and a hatchet, "but how about me?
I should be puzzled to do that, I think, father,' Joe replied, casting a disconsolate look at the animal.