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programmer

[prō′grəmər]
a person skilled in writing or coding computer programs.
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Mainframe programmers don't know how to develop Web software, but ordinary mortals can use it after five minutes of training.
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Mainframe programmers will be able to make more productive use of their existing skills and easily enable service-oriented architectures using Web services, making new development and maintenance easier at low cost and at minimal risk.
By safeguarding software assets, ChangeMan SSM helps companies better manage the challenges associated with budget cuts, outsourcing, data center migrations and consolidations, security threats, regulatory compliance and the retiring of mainframe programmers.
Without XDI, teams of scarce, highly-skilled mainframe programmers are needed to incorporate this data with new Internet-based systems.