Contract programmer



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A programmer who works on a fixed-length/temporary contract, and is often specialised in writing certain types of code.
A contract programmer may be independent or they may work in a supplier’s professional services department, providing consultancy and programming services for the supplier’s products.
(2004-03-09)

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