Non-web programming at UCSF

Definition
A technique that involves creating a computer program that is non-web based. It involves developing the program logic to solve the particular problem, writing the program logic in a specific programming language (coding the program), assembling or compiling the program to turn it into machine language, and testing and debugging the program.
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Parnassus

Scientific Computing Services

Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Parnassus
Contact: Duan Xu, PhD 415-514-4455 duan.xu@ucsf.edu

  • Applications Programming