...and so "coding" becomes "any sort of logic problem".
FWIW, my kids have a board game called "Cosmic Coding", wherein, you take cards which say "if you're on a blue square, move forward one place, else if you're on a green square, take a step backwards". Hardly "coding" in the sense you or I would know it, but a logic problem dressed up as "coding". Quite a fun game to play, should you be in the market for such things at Christmas, by the way.
Well, at root coding is just encoded logic.
I remember one job where we used to write (OK, clone and tweak) a little program every month to send marketing emails to customers.
At some point Marketing became enamored of some cloudy service for sending out these emails. So we programed a big integration of our customer data with this service and then left it to them.
So after that, Marketing "programmed" the emails every month, using a clunky non standard interface with no debugging. Which took a great deal o
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