Never. It's obvious this is just linkbait. If Software Engineering came before people actually having a good time and being able to intuit about their code (what they call "brogramming" doesn't really exist, except in code-focused parties and cheap Hollywood flicks), then the vacuum tube predates the abacus. This is absolute bullshit.
I also have a problem with people using this idea of "brogramming", blaming it on testosterone, and then denouncing both. It's just college kids who are doing this, and I've seen women at those code-oriented parties, too. In some, they outnumber the men. This is conflating being able to intuit your code and having fun with your code, while trying to push the idea that "if you're not a tightass, you're not a good author". Complete bullshit. Some of the most elegant KLOCs I've seen have been because someone's "gotten in the groove", not because they've precisely engineered their code. That's not to say that standards of programming and clean code don't have their place (they do!) but the idea that clean-cut engineering is unequivocally superior to intuitive coding is unfounded.