I've just read an O’Reilly book and encoutered the word randomically. I highly suspect this is a made up word, but a quick google found it in use here, here, and here. Is this some obscure technical term perhaps? Or is it a case of a covergent devolution of English?
I don’t think this is a misspelling, as they (authors of the book) use the word randomly in a previous sentence:
Shuffle Grouping is the most commonly used grouping. It takes a single parameter (the source component) and sends each tuple emitted by the source to a randomly chosen bolt warranting that each consumer will receive the same number of tuples.
The shuffle grouping is useful for doing atomic operations such as a math operation. However, if the operation can’t be randomically distributed, such as the example in Chapter 2 where you needed to count words, you should consider the use of other grouping.
Did they intend it to mean something else? If so, what is that other meaning?