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programmer

[prō′grəmər]
a person skilled in writing or coding computer programs.
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In contrast, an area developer program refers to a much larger territory where an area developer concentrates on promoting and supporting the unit franchises within its borders.
F5's Solution Developer Program enables members to increase their reach by collaborating with other solution developers and consultants worldwide, increasing market potential in other geographic markets.
The Terapeak Developer Program includes access to its API via a Mashery-made developer portal and API explorer powered by Mashery's innovative I/O Docs.
The Business Intelligence Software Developer Program is part of SGI's ongoing activities in support of the developer community," said Michael Shoshan, director of the Business Intelligence Software Group, SGI.
Most Important Benefit of a Developer Program by Developer Segment
The NAVBuilder Developer Program includes a complete software development kit, support and ongoing services that speed development, lower cost, and provide the reliability carriers and customers demand.
The EMC Smarts Application Developer Program helps ISVs, VSPs and SIs target, design, develop and go to market with successful offerings based on the Smarts platform.
By joining EMC Documentum's Application Developer Program, we are able to stay on the cutting edge of technology while helping customers seamlessly integrate their legacy applications and existing IT investments with a comprehensive enterprise search platform.
We anticipate that ClarusIPC will help tekVizion Labs save significant time and resources in the validation of Cisco Technology Developer Program partners' products.
Nasdaq: ATRS), a pioneer of service-oriented management solutions, today announced that AppStream, a leader in on-demand application deployment, has joined the Altiris([R]) Developer Program.
1 has met the Cisco Technology Developer Program criteria for interoperability with the Cisco Unified CallManager, version 5.