Recent Examples of programmer from the Web
DES MOINES, Iowa -- A former lottery computer programmer has pleaded guilty in Iowa to running a criminal scheme that allowed him to collect millions of dollars in lottery winnings in four other states.
Professions set to speak to area youth about career choices include teacher, firefighter, police officer, pastry chef, blacksmith, nurse, and software programmer.
Communication with programmers can be delayed by hours, thanks to issues with bandwidth and the alignment of relay satellites and antennas.
The original ENIAC programmers—Jean Bartik, Betty Holberton, Kathleen Antonelli, Marlyn Meltzer, Ruth Teitelbaum, and Frances Spence—were all women who taught themselves how to program the vast machine.
A programmer on a Bitcoin Talk forum paid another user 10,000 bitcoin to buy two Papa John's pizzas.
On a recent day, a programmer in Denver was working on Pepper via a camera mounted in a Fishtech office.
While Conover did not name the exact device that was used in the thefts, Katherine Fisher, a Tufts University computer science professor and security researcher, said that such key programmers are relatively cheap, and readily available online.
Gillette had coal, oil and gas, but so much attention was placed on wind and solar and turning miners into computer programmers.
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First Known Use of programmer
PROGRAMMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of programmer for English Language Learners
: a person who creates computer programs
PROGRAMMER Defined for Kids
Definition of programmer for Students
: a person who creates and tests programs for computers
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