of a "Techsavvy"
Techsavvy (adjective) refers to the proficient ability to navigate and use typical computer programs for a given task or project. This ability is continually compromised every few years because software companies needlessly rearrange the layout and menu structure of new versions touting them as “new and improved”, forcing users to continually relearn new operating systems and applications.
(Source: Urban Dictionary)
Origin of the Term
The term "techsavvy" appears to be a contraction of "high-tech savvy", as in the 1984 use in the title of “A New B-School Mission: Teaching High-Tech Savvy”, Business Week: 170-172, November 19, 1984, ISSN 0007-7135.
In Ms. M's Book
The term "techsavvies" (noun) applies to all of Ms. M's technology students. They are a group of unique individuals with a special talent in learning different technological skills and are very capable of producing high-quality results on or before the deadline date. They are respectful, attentive, responsible, and dependable students who try their best all the time.