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pro·gram·mer

or pro·gram·er  (prō′grăm′ər)
n.
One who programs, especially:
a. Computers One who writes computer programs.
b. One who prepares or writes instructional programs.
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programer

(ˈprəʊɡræmə)
n
a US spelling of programmer
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She published the first algorithm for such a machine and is considered the first computer programer. Her prescience could be attributed to her ability to combine liberal arts with math, which she called a "poetical science" approach.
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To be a good programer today is as much a privilege as it was to be a literate man in the 16th century.
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In addition to composing for the viola, Thomas was known to have played viola in chamber concerts, but his lasting contribution to the viola was as a conductor and programer. In 1863, he conducted the American premiere of Hector Berlioz's Harold in Italy for viola and orchestra, with the violinist Edward Mollenhauer as soloist.
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It will also boost Amman as an aviation hub in this region, with all the benefits this means for Jordan." Benefits for members of RJ's Royal Plus Frequent Flyer Programer will start this weekend and customers will be able to redeem mileage points on all other oneworld carriers.Oneworld pride themselves in having high criteria for initiating new members and were very impressed with the quality of RJ's services.

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