Applications Programmer

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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.
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These include chemical engineers, mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians, product and garment designers, lawyers, information and communications technology sales professionals, web and multimedia developers, town and traffic planners, accountants, dieticians and nutritionists, telecommunication engineers, building architects, application programmers, and systems analysts.
The book can serve as a textbook or a manual for daily work by application programmers, system programmers, and other z/OS-ISPF user ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The company has talented web analysts and application programmers capable of developing the best possible solutions for all queries their clients forward.
application programmers) can edit, compile and execute their Java application written in an English based environment or its equivalent Yoruba Environment (Fig.
The list points to a need for nearly 3,000 software and application programmers, 3,000 project and other managers, and 1,600 information and communications technology support technicians.
The session "Large Memory Systems and Challenges" aims to clarify the two-fold problem (memory and back-end) and will show practical solutions from the industry and corresponding requirements from the application programmers.
Intended for intermediate to advanced database administrators and application programmers, this large volume on Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 provides comprehensive information on the features and management of this popular relational database server.
For application programmers wanting to write shaders, this guide to the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL) explains the basics, how to use the language, shader examples (including noise, animation, imaging, procedural, and non-photorealistic shaders) and algorithms, and compares it to other commercial shading languages.
According to the company, Dialogue's mobile internet portfolio includes: single-click purchasing, with billing by premium rate SMS or direct to the customer's bill; X-Pay compliance; user identification via the mobile number, allowing site personalisation; WAP site builder; and API (Application Programmers' Interface) access to tools for developers using Macromedia Flash or Java to integrate billing or personalisation.
Google Earth is a good example: not only is it user friendly enough for my mother to use but it has what is known as an application programmers' interface (API), for me and my geek friends to build our own web sites drawing on Google Earth's own raw data.
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