Definitions

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  • n. A form of creative writing in which the text is mixed with code from various computer languages.

Etymologies

code +‎ work, coined by Alan Sondheim. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A virtuoso programmer can perform a dazzling cadenza of insightful codework and leap into the lead before a large and appreciative audience.

    Rambles at starchamber.com » Blog Archive » Hacking MATLAB for glory

  • Our gathering will also embrace all the related cultural practices that continue to be addressed by scholars and artists in our growing field: expressive processing, computational art, artificial cognition and intelligence, aesthetic gaming, information art, codework, digitally mediated performance, network & media art

    Electronic Literature Organization

  • the design and experience of non-informational spaces digital art, codework, literature, games etc.

    DAC 2005, cfp

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