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- noun A
devicethat generates a code, often as a series of pulses.
- noun computing A
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- noun a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
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I am looking for a long term coder to work on various projects for oscommerce, creloaded, zencart etc
Allen Coding Systems has released the 53LTi thermal transfer coder, which is available from Advanced Labelling Systems (ALS) and will be demonstrated at the PPMA show.
I've been a 'coder' since forever, and much prefer the power and control possible when you roll your sleeves up and write code.
Woah wait a second, you say you are a 'coder' with no formal training but you can pump out code that you have been 'taught' is the best way of doing it and you find alot of fault in others work just because they dont use MVC/smarty etc?
It propagates all the opinion designers already have - design something without knowing the dimensions and make a "coder" do the work to get the design up there.
So do I need to be a "coder" in order to be a developer?
Debra turned out to inhabit a subterranean lair with two delightful children and a scientist husband (and, incidentally, gives the phrase "bedroom coder" new meaning), so we had a lot in common.
SecureWorks senior researcher Joe Stewart is the latest good-guy coder to downplay the significance of millions of Conficker-infected PCs calling home on April 1.
Julian Assange has described himself as the "heart and soul of this organisation, its founder, philosopher, spokesperson, original coder, organiser, financer, and all the rest."