What is the differance between an software engineer, developer and programmer?
Ok so i am a software engineering student, at a london university, I was watching an interview by a Facebook employee and he was saying we are looking for great programmers, we have 200 hundred people in engineering. To me a programmer is someone who can write code, but you have to tell them how to do it, to me if you are a programmer you are similar to a construction worker, you have been given a design by an architect, you have to follow that design, you wouldent know how to build something yourself. Is this correct?
Asked By: Private - 1/11/2011
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You are correct. A programmer knows the syntax of a programming language and is given instructions on what database to create, what fields or tables to maintain and what exact process to do... More
Answered By: Andrew R - 1/11/2011
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Software programmer code the program he's having specific task which only responsible for coding... More
Answered By: Argeure - 1/11/2011
In some organisations the terms will be interchangeable.
Answered By: Angela R - 1/12/2011
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