A programmer who works out details of a computer program, rather than a subordinate or assistant programmer
Assembly-language programmers as distinct from applications programmers (1980s+ Computer)
bit bang Transmission of data on a serial line accomplished by rapidly changing a single output bit, in software, at the appropriate times. The technique is a simple loop with eight OUT and SHIFT instruction pairs for each byte. Input is more interesting. And full-duplex (doing input and output at the same time) is one […]
bit between one’s teeth
brace (def 3).