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    Computer System Designers in Downey


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    Business Listing   911 Enterprises - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 923-1190


    Business Listing   California Reimbursement Enterprises Inc - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 862-7388


    Business Listing   Five Star Business Services - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 862-6061


    Business Listing   Future Tech - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 861-4525


    Business Listing   Host 17 - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 869-5507


    Business Listing   Iacta - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 869-3031


    Business Listing   Macronet Services - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 862-9411


    Business Listing   Nictris Technology - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 861-9711


    Business Listing   Quanta Technology- LLC - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 355-8382


    Business Listing   Shaffer Computer Solutions - Downey, CA - Phone: (310) 354-9052


    Business Listing   Sundance Computers - Downey, CA - Phone: (562) 776-0157


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    Helpful Definition for: Computer System Designers


    Computer system designers in Downey specialize in designing computer systems. They define interfaces, usually also the most difficult part of the job, thereby, satisfying three conflicting requirements that an interface should be simple, complete, and should admit a sufficiently small and fast implementation. They understand that each interface is a small programming language, defining a set of objects and the operations that are used to manipulate the objects. They present a concrete syntax with every other aspect of programming language design. They use procedure arguments to provide flexibility in an interface that may be restricted or encoded in various ways for protection and portability. This technique simplifies an interface, eliminating a jumble of parameters that amount to a small programming language.