own coding

own coding

[′ōn ′kōd·iŋ]
(computer science)
A series of instructions added to a standard software routine to change or extend the routine so that it can carry out special tasks.
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In celebration of the National Robotics Week last week, educational toy company Learning Resources is partnering with DonorsChoose.org to equip classrooms across the country with their own coding robot.
The lessons are aimed at helping anyone interested in getting into coding get a start with Apple's own coding language Swift - which is used to build IOS apps.
Renesas established its own coding style and reduced code size by almost half with SystemC to create the HEVC IP at a high level of abstraction.
RemotePass has a server-based HTTP connection with its own coding, running via port 80, which according to the company ensures a problem-free connection structure despite firewalls, proxy-servers, routers or any other security system.
The problem occurred because ICD-9 is its own coding scheme with its own set of rules, and sometimes ICD-9's rules were in conflict with Medicare's reimbursement regulations.
As an aspirational and advisory matter--as distinct from something I might be forced to do by law--I actually appreciate the W3 guidelines, which have helped improve my own coding style.
It says they are likely to be sophisticated web sites doing all their own coding. The $5,000 fee covers two web servers and negotiations start from that amount for web sites that have more than two servers.
Overseen by ICT tutor Gwennan Richards, the students developed their own coding skills as well as running coding workshops for fellow students and more than 50 secondary school pupils.
The team has also started working on developing its own coding language from the ground up, which they said would mean they could run more secure software.