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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The technical brief, intended for applications programmers, provides an easy-to-follow, step-by-step process for configuration of outstation (or "slave") operations on a DNP3 network.
For reasons best known to SIA, CLEAT has been described as a language for engineers and technologists, whereas it is in fact much more of a language for computer applications programmers who do not wish to meddle over-much with the mechanics of a large Fortran system.
SpyKer can be used by systems management personnel, technical support professionals, and applications programmers to collect trace data on the execution of a Linux system.
There was an ample selection of job opportunities for software engineers, applications programmers, database administrators and analysts, network and systems analysts, system administrators, and PC equipment specialists.
Programmers are characterized as two types: applications programmers and systems programmers.
Designed for graphic systems programmers and graphics applications programmers, this new book presents state-of-the-art techniques that push the limits of animation and rendering.
In addition, groupware should be customizable by at least two groups: end users and applications programmers. Developers will typically build baseline applications for multiple users to then leverage and customize to their specific needs.
Because of the ever-burgeoning workload, data processing personnel, especially systems and applications programmers, require regular access to a growing number of applications, or "sessions," on the system.
This group includes the engineers and scientists who design the computer equipment; computer systems programmers, who write the internal operating programs; applications programmers, who create the applications software; computer systems analysts; computer repairers; programmers of numerically controlled machine tools; and college teachers of computer science.
Jack Beusmans and Karen Wieckert address the social responsibilities of educators, researchers and applications programmers to consider whether their contributions to weapons technology are a positive contribution to society.
Applications programmer was numerically the largest occupation studied, with more than 13,000 workers in the 18 areas combined.
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