nonprogrammer

nonprogrammer

(ˌnɒnˈprəʊɡræmə)
n
a person who is not a programmer
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Coursera offers videos on machine learning that show how algorithms manipulate computers to "perform important tasks by generalizing from examples" as well as other courses for the nonprogrammer who wants to learn the basics of data science.
A nonprogrammer might not only fail to understand the code's specific meaning, but also fail to understand that it contains meaning at all.
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For the nonprogrammer this will often not be too much of an issue, but it is worth, however, to spend some thought on arranging the data in the right way, such as copying corpus data from a CD to the hard disk.
Less than a decade ago, there weren't many applications that would allow a nonprogrammer to create multimedia, compress a file, stream it online, and then archive it.
He tested this idea with 56 nonprogrammer college students who read a 24 frame text on computer programming that was either in logical or random order.
Of course, the most complex conversions will likely require the involvement of the programmer, but I found the logic, interface, and command language of xDoc Converter to be very accessible to the nonprogrammer as well.
While the subject matter by its nature can sometimes be difficult for the nonprogrammer, the book's many examples and diagrams largely succeed in making the material understandable for the newcomer to XML and XSLT.
Participant 214 (an acknowledged nonprogrammer, line 21) admitted being confused (line 23).
The DMIS text-based programming language is "hidden" behind a logical sequence of icons in the user interface - which makes it usable by nonprogrammer operators in practically any shop.
As impressive as Albers's work was, duplicating the results on a home computer seemed like a distant dream, especially for us nonprogrammer types.
There are software packages that allow someone who is basically a nonprogrammer, but who can think logically, to create a program without having to get into the complexity of the if/then construct; the sort of thing that would require programming in Basic or C.
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