There are an estimated 700 computer programming languages, and when including languages that are no longer in use, the number can climb well over 8,000.
The earliest described programming language dates all the way back to the 1940s!
In the decades since, programming and coding have become essential to just about every field, with studies showing that over 70% of coding jobs aren’t even in the tech field.
Programming and coding team names should usually be appropriate in a professional environment but can also include some humor.
Use one of the 53 ideas on our list below or create your own programming team name with our tips below.
At the Source
Tech It Out
We Don't Byte
In the Loop
The Code Snapshots
Animated & Interactive
The Task Masters
The Query Crew
Sharp as a Tech
The Reality Techs
Full Stack Squad
Bit by Bit
Server Side Squad
Stand Alone Alliance
Abstract Data Types
On the Platform
Recycled in Code
Apps From Scratch
The Code Compilers
The Bundle Brigade
Formal Logic Force
How to Create a Great Coding/Programming Team Name
You might want to create a programming or coding team name on your own, so you can choose something a bit more personal that your whole team appreciates.
Create a great team name with the following tips:
- Start with programming basics. Your group might have varying skill levels, or you might want to keep your name simple, so it’s easy for others to understand. Take your knowledge of programming and coding, picking out individual words and phrases that may work as a team name. If a single word doesn’t seem to fit, try out various combinations or substitute the word into a common phrase.
- Think of puns or other interesting twists. Try turning common terms used in programming and coding into puns to incorporate a bit of humor into your team name. There may also be terms that you can blend with other words or spell differently to create a very unique team name.
- Choose a name that represents the collaboration of your group. Instead of creating a programming or coding term-related team name, think of the team members and decide on a word or phrase that describes them. You might also want to choose a motivational phrase to keep your group inspired to do their best.