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noun as in computer geek

noun as in cyberpunk

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David Leblond, a computer programmer based in Durham, North Carolina, decided in December to post on his local Nextdoor feed about participating in a Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine trial.

From Vox

For a long time, there was resistance to a jump, and I was convinced it would work, and basically I just put it in the game, and people got used to it,” said Joel Bartley, lead gameplay programmer on “Stormland,” and “Edge of Nowhere.

Using technical data extracted from the videos by the programmer, ProPublica identified roughly 2,500 that were most likely to be footage of the Capitol riot, based in part on when they were captured and their proximity to the building.

The company's biggest programmer, Televisa, will retain the remaining 36%.

From Axios

For the first time, MediaLink is working as the official programmer of one track of events, called the C Space.

From Digiday

Two weeks later, Ed Logg, a programmer, had a working prototype that looked very, very good.

To take an “Asian” job like engineer, scientist, programmer.

Vladimir Shahettinin, a 40-year-old computer programmer and animator, makes what he describes as “patriotic cartoons.”

Judge: We just looked at the quintessential programmer type.

Your protagonist, Richard, is a genius programmer whose insecure persona conceals a pretty confident inner core.

The programmer uses simplified, descriptive language with which he is already familiar to obtain reports swiftly and efficiently.

Statements about the application which were written by the programmer are being translated internally to machine-coded language.

This system provides the programmer with a packaged means of accomplishing input and output requirements.

At least one full-time technician-programmer would be needed for maintenance and programming.

One programmer is now engaged full time preparing more programs.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to programmer, such as: computer specialist, engineer, guru, hacker, and techie.

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