developer

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  • However, this development did not take place due to financial problems for the developer.
  • The developer simply did whatever seemed natural, and the system made it work quickly.
  • The developer established a school and a post office but there were few residents.
  • This allowed the developer to test the software before the target system was complete.
  • A lead game developer is responsible for the overall game development.
  • A software developer may take part in design, computer programming, or software project management.
  • Most game developer companies have video game publisher financial and usually marketing support.
  • These facilities were built by the developer and services rendered by various government bodies.
  • It was the first third-party developer of video games.
  • These can be created by either the software developer or by third party developers.
  • These facilities were sold to a property developer who turned it into housing in the 1970s.
  • He is remembered primarily as the developer of the theory of speech acts.
  • The game developer of today has many choices on how to develop music.
  • The areas that received the least light continue to develop because they haven't used up their developer.
  • Of course, as a game developer, I would love to see it happen.
  • However, the developer seems to have named the district after its famous author/farmer rather than the name of her company.
  • Activision was the first developer to create independent/third-party video games.
  • Even the government-operated fire and police stations and the government-aided local primary school were built by the developer.
  • This approach allows the relatively small developer community to maintain a sufficient level of modern web standards support.
  • In 2005 Smith made his first move toward becoming a real estate developer.
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Synonyms of developer

Meaning of developer

  • noun Someone who develops real estate (especially someone who prepares a site for residential or commercial use)
  • noun Photographic equipment consisting of a chemical solution for developing film