/shroh’din-buhg/ (MIT, from the Schroedinger’s Cat thought-experiment in quantum physics) A design or implementation bug in a program that doesn’t manifest until someone reading source or using the program in an unusual way notices that it never should have worked, at which point the program promptly stops working for everybody until fixed. Though (like bit rot) this sounds impossible, it happens; some programs have harboured latent schroedinbugs for years.
Compare heisenbug, Bohr bug, mandelbug.
noun 1. a musical woodwind instrument of the 16th and 17th centuries having a double reed concealed in a cylinder and producing a shrill tone.
noun, Slang. 1. shtick. noun 1. a variant form of shtick schtick shuffle
verb (used with object), schtupped, schtupping. 1. to have sexual intercourse with. verb (used without object), schtupped, schtupping. 2. to engage in sexual intercourse. schtup shtick