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As someone working solo on a big project "developer" seems to fit better than just "programmer". In addition to programming I do UI/UX design, feature planning, testing, artwork, and even handle support email.
As to "programmer" vs "coder", I can think of a couple of possible explanations. Some programmers are anal about efficiency. Clearly, "coder" is much more efficient than "programmer". Alternatively, given some of the "coders" I've known, it could just be that it's not as tricky to spell as "programmer".
I see this as very simple. Coders do what they are told to do. Developers ask why things need to be done so they can solve the actual problem. Just about anyone can be taught to write code but understanding what the business whats to do and how they do it can mean a completely different solution is produced. e.g. a coder can be asked to produce a report and they build it. A developer should as if they can make it generic and have inputs such as a client Id so it can be reused. without building the same report 10 times for 10 different clients. (I see this sort of thing a lot).
Suspend To Disk
Synchronous Time Division
Save the Date (did not know this one)
State Transition Diagram
Subtropical depression (meteorological, not psychological )
Synthetic Training Device (love this one, sounds dirty)
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.