Origin of compiler
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With the arrival in the early 1950s of program compilers—a technology and term invented by a woman—the workers became “coders,” a word reflecting a persistent misunderstanding of programming as something mechanistic, practically stenographic.
For what it’s worth, the compiler of this post disagrees with Neil and thinks the game will go over the total.A compendium of Super Bowl picks including one from a goat. (Not the GOAT, an actual goat.)|Matt Bonesteel|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Today, Cunard is best known as the compiler and publisher of Negro: An Anthology (1934).What Can You Learn About Writers From Their Personal Libraries?|Richard Oram|September 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jacobus, né Jacopo, was a 13th-century Genoan archbishop and compiler of what we might call Lies of the Saints.
The obsessive compiler would then devote nearly three decades to his monumental American dictionary.
The compiler remarks that "this trait does great honor to Theodoric's manner of thinking with respect to religion."A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
He was probably the author or compiler of the sacred books; and is said to have been the first who taught disciples.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
The compiler of this work has rendered good service to all possessed of Christian sympathies.Hymns, Songs, and Fables, for Young People|Eliza Lee Follen
The Mr. Hackluyt here mentioned is the industrious compiler of the well-known collection of early voyages.Witch, Warlock, and Magician|William Henry Davenport Adams
Yet the alleged late compiler of the Odyssey, in the seventh century, never wanders thus from the Homeric standard in taste.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang