Applications Programmer

(redirected from Application Programmers)

Applications Programmer

A computer programmer who writes programs to be used on a certain software system. An applications programmer is different from a systems programmer, who designs the software itself.
References in periodicals archive ?
more useful for both operations and application programmers.
The TSC provides application programmers with a simple interface that enables them to easily scan, tune and establish multiple IP flows required to view and manage TV, Electronic Service Guide (ESG) and data services.
Because 3270 data stream errors are flagged in a formatted trace display, application programmers are able to visually debug errors, using the trace window to decode application data, including SNA headers and 3270 screen formatting.
By reducing the complexity of parallel computing, The MathWorks makes parallelism more accessible to application programmers creating technical computing applications.
With the XD1000 and Impulse C, software application programmers can create an FPGA accelerator written entirely C, without the need to write any low-level HDL code.
For application programmers, benefits occur in all areas of the software cycle, including development, deployment, updating, distribution, navigation, activation, sharing and distributed infrastructure.
The ICSA public evaluation report said BugScan is "useful to quality & assurance testing, security personnel and application programmers.
SQL Server Magazine is the only resource devoted to providing database developers and administrators, application programmers, and business intelligence architects the technical, tactical, and hands-on information they need to implement and maintain world-class systems.
SQL Server Magazine is the only resource devoted to providing database developers and administrators, application programmers and business intelligence architects the technical, tactical and hands-on information they need to implement and maintain world-class systems.
1 significantly increase overall productivity and are invaluable to power users and application programmers alike.
With many of the legacy application programmers heading towards retirement, organizations will turn to offshore providers to deliver low cost ongoing application support, said Ian Marriott, research director of Gartner Research.
Full browser ?