a person or device that translates information into a code.
a person who assigns codes to objects or data: Medical coders assign standard codes to medical services so that insurance companies can pay claims.
Computers. a person who writes computer code; a programmer.
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How to use coder in a sentence
Typically, coders need to upload multiple versions of any virtual objects, which load one by one as you get closer or farther away, or play at different resolutions.
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Monday morning I interviewed Darren Murph, head of remote for the coder collaboration company GitLab, from my bathroom.
While the dark mode is gaining popularity by users in recent times, seldom do people realize that for program developers and coders who design UI apart from other things, have been working on this theme for a very long time.
“I worked as a coder to put myself through college,” Chandra explains.Vikram Chandra Is A Novelist Who's Obsessed With Writing Computer Code | Jane Ciabattari | August 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He has proven to be a computer whiz, earning the nickname “Ninja coder.”
“I am not that computer programmer,” Shields admits, without being more specific about what dream machine his coder might invent.
Mark was the coder of the group, and also really the driving force behind a lot of the brainstorming and conversation.
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British Dictionary definitions for coder
a person or thing that codes
electronics a device for transforming normal signals into a coded form
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