progasm: /proh´gazˇm/, n.

[University of Wisconsin] The euphoria experienced upon the completion of a program or other computer-related project. For example, the rush you get when you finally run the code you've been hacking for the past week and it works first time. (The quality of the experience is directly proportional to the complexity of the code and inversely proportional to the amount of debugging it took to get the code working.) Compare geekasm.