Short survey about the use of "guys" to describe programmers solving penguin problems. Answer it for science?

I'm having a disagreement about whether or not "guys" to refer to "programmers" implies that the programmers are men.

Instead of arguing, I thought it would be healthier and more mature to do science and collect some data about perceptions.

Let's all answer it in a spirit of "these are my actual thoughts when I hear those words", not "this is how I think language should be used"

I'll publish the data, minus email addresses, so we can have slightly more informed discussions.

***Update***: The results for this survey are up! You can see a discussion at
http://jvns.ca/blog/2013/12/27/guys-guys-guys/

and the data at:
https://github.com/jvns/guys-guys-guys

You can still fill it out for fun.

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