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Computer Programmers 87 Success Secrets - 87 Most Asked Questions on Computer Programmers - What You Need to Know Elizabeth Barker

Computer Programmers 87 Success Secrets - 87 Most Asked Questions on Computer Programmers - What You Need to Know

Elizabeth Barker

Published March 25th 2014
ISBN : 9781488531644
Paperback
86 pages
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There has never been a Computer Programmers Guide like this.It contains 87 answers, much more than you can imagine- comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get theMoreThere has never been a Computer Programmers Guide like this.It contains 87 answers, much more than you can imagine- comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--fast! This all-embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces what you want to know about Computer Programmers.A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Programmer - Nature of the work, Screensaver - Entertainment, Dumb terminal - Text terminals, The Mongoliad - Collaborators and format, Computer programming History, Software developers - Description, Typeface - Proportion, Programmers Guild - Actions, Programmer - Application versus system programming, Conways Game of Life - Algorithms, Overstock.com - Business model, Programmer analyst - Application versus system programming, Job security - Other meanings, Source file, Richard Stallman - GNU project, Software engineer - Overview, Shareware - Logistics, Computer programmers - Nature of the work, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - Project MAC, Data terminal - Text terminals, Electronics engineering - Project engineering, History of software - Early days of computer software (1946-1979), Dot-com bubble Aftermath, Internet bubble - Aftermath, Software development environment, Source code, Philosophy of mind - Computer science, Computer programming in the punch card era, Hacker (programmer subculture) - Use outside of computing, Memory (computing) - Virtual memory, Unit record equipment - Card punching, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Alvarez Physics Memos, C++11 Changes from the previous version of the standard, Computer programs, Computer programming Programmers, and much more...