Definition of coder in English:

coder

noun

  • See code

    • ‘This makes the development community nervous, slows contributions from coders, and creates a huge amount of unnecessary noise.’
    • ‘Traditional programming requires a few coders to commit a lot of time and effort, for which they will reasonably expect to be paid.’
    • ‘To hit the broadest range of potential coders, you've got to show them the vast range of what programming can allow you to do.’
    • ‘An important part of piloting the coding scheme will be testing for consistency between coders and, if time permits, intra-coder reliability.’
    • ‘Fortunately, coders eventually tinkered with the programs enough to create the battle scene the producer wanted.’

Pronunciation

coder

/ˈkəʊdə/