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What Do Computer Programmers Do,

The main functions of computer programmers are to develop instructions through various types of computer languages, decode these, test programs and develop programs. Mainly, these tasks are done to operate various things that have to be done within a company. With the technology industry getting more advanced by the minute, the roles of computer programmers are becoming more complex by the minute as more tasks would be added to their job. However, that can also be a door for
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ore opportunities.

Computer programmers commonly work with software engineers which would design a program that would be turned into a functioning software by the computer programmer. This process involves a lot of decoding with the use of various computer languages. Since that is so, it would be very advantageous if a computer programmer knows a good variety of languages.

Types Of Computer Programmers

There are two main types of computer programmers which are application programmers and system programmers. The main role of application programmers is to develop or enhance programs for a specific purpose which is given by a company such as handling financial data. Systems programmers on the other hand would cover a wider scope of tasks. Some of them would include developing computer networking systems. In order for systems programmers to be more effective, they must have good knowledge on computer networking and systems.

A software developer is another type of computer programmer. This type would often work with other specialists to create any program in general which would include games, educational programs and so much more.


Most of the people with computer programming jobs have received at least a bachelor's degree and around 20% of all of them have completed graduate studies in the field of computer studies. Compared to other professions, computer programming is considered to be growing at a considerably slow pace and is expected to maintain that slow pace in the future. Competitive candidates for employment are also expected to have a lot of needed skills.

Computer programmers have accounted for about 500,000 jobs in 2002. Most of the time, programmers are being employed with the larger percentage belonging to systems design and software publishing. Many firms that do not operate mainly on computer systems such as educational institutes, manufacturing firms, telecommunications offices and much more also open up job opportunities for computer programmers.

Job Qualifications

Since this job heavily requires skill, education is a growing need among those who plan to pursue a career in computer programming. The most qualified applicants would be holding a bachelor's degree however; some who only hold two year degrees and associate degrees have been reported to enter the industry.

If there is lack of experience in a certain area, graduates of any course can enroll in some institutes that would offer special training on a lot of areas needed for these types of jobs. Although having a bachelor's degree is basic, what employers actually look for is working experience or expertise.

Computer programming covers a very broad scope of jobs. With that, different skills are needed for different situations. Some of these could be mathematics, engineering, business finance, and a lot more. With more programs that are on the rise and are being used by a lot of different firms right now, a larger demand for skillful applicants is created.
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Whether it’s the buttery exterior, the crunchy bread, or the gooey center, there’s a lot to love about a great grilled cheese sandwich. And when you’re feeling down and out, there’s a reason you reach for it: In one 2011 study, researchers in Buffalo found that so-called “comfort foods” helped ease feelings like loneliness.

But other studies say the opposite: A 2014 study found that whether people indulged in high-calorie, high-fat comfort foods or not, eventually their moods improved&mdash
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;suggesting that all you need to beat a bad mood is time.

Here’s the good news: You don’t have to choose between indulging your craving for comfort and staying on a healthy eating plan. Replacing the bread in a grilled cheese with English muffins can save you upwards of 100 calories (depending upon which bread you choose) without sacrificing flavor, crunch, or cheesiness. Swapping butter for low-calorie cooking spray and changing out full-fat cheese for a low-fat version can also keep your craving-crushing sandwich on-plan. But if you’re ready to take your grilled cheese to the next level and enjoy a gourmet version without the guilt, try these five twists on the cheesy sandwich staple that add nutrition, reduce calories and might just be your new comfort food craving.

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Get a meatier texture and cut way back on bread with portabellas.

At burger chains including Shake Shack, the “veggie burger” isn’t a mish-mash patty of black beans, rice and fillers—it’s portabella mushrooms stuffed with cheese. Do it yourself and make an incredible grilled cheese by skipping the bread. The mushrooms are firm enough to hold like a bun, and the meaty, juicy texture accentuates the flavor of the cheese.

You’ll need:

2 large Portabella mushroom caps

1 slice low-fat cheese, like mozzarella, torn into shreds

Low-calorie cooking spray

Small handful of arugula (optional)

To make it:

1. Remove the stem of each mushroom cap, and use a spoon to scrape out some of the ribs, creating two “bowls.”

2. Fill one mushroom with some arugula, and top with the cheese. Put the other mushroom on top.

3. Heat a nonstick pan or grill pan to medium heat. Spray with cooking spray.

4. Add the mushroom sandwich to the pan, cooking for about 5 minutes.

5. Spray the top mushroom with more cooking spray, and flip the sandwich. Allow to cook for another 5 minutes, or until the mushrooms get juicy.

6. Allow to stand for 2 minutes before eating.

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Use magic to create cauliflower bread.

If mushrooms don’t satisfy your bread fix, it’s time for a magic trick: Cauliflower can be turned into gluten-free, guilt-free slices of bread. You’ll get the crunch of normal bread, the gooey cheese melting through like your favorite grilled cheese, plus a bonus: Cauliflower provides more heart-helping potassium per calorie than a banana.

You’ll need:

1 large head of cauliflower

2 large eggs, beaten

1 teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper

Low-calorie cooking spray

4 slices low-fat cheese

To make it:

1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

2. Use a food processer or cheese grater to turn the cauliflower into “cauliflower rice”—small, rice-sized pieces. You’ll get about 5 cups’ worth from a large head of cauliflower.

3. Microwave the cauliflower bits for 7-9 minutes in a bowl.

4. Place the cauliflower rice on a folded paper towel. Place another paper towel on top and press down to remove moisture.

5. Once it’s relatively dry, put the cauliflower in a large bowl and add the egg, salt and pepper. Mix well.

6. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spray with cooking spray. Add the cauliflower mixture to the sheet in circles or squares about the thickness of bread slices. You should have 8 slices of “bread” from this amount of mixture.

7. Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown.

8. Remove from the oven and slide the parchment paper off the baking sheet. Let the bread slices cool on the paper.

9. Once cool, heat a nonstick skillet to medium and spray with cooking spray.

10. Add a slice of “bread,” one slice of cheese, and top with another slice of “bread.”

11. Cook for 3-4 minutes.

12. Spray the top slice with cooking spray, reduce heat to medium-low, and flip the sandwich.

13. Cook for 3-4 more minutes, or until golden.

14. Repeat this process for all four sandwiches.


Makes 4 servings.

Make the sandwich bigger and more filling with some veggie mix-ins.

Swap one slice of bread for two slices of tomatoes on top of a small bunch of spinach, and you’ll add cancer- and inflammation-fighting antioxidants and filling fiber. Plus, you’ll save almost 100 calories.

You’ll need:

Zero-calorie cooking spray

2 slices plum or beefsteak tomato

1/2 cup fresh spinach leaves

1 slice whole wheat sandwich bread

1 slice low-fat cheese

To make it:

1. Spray a pan with cooking spray then bring to medium-low heat.

2. Put the tomato slices on one half of the pan, and the spinach leaves on the other half. Cook for 30 seconds.

3. Remove the spinach to a plate, and flip the tomato. Cook tomato for another 30 seconds.

4. Remove the tomato and re-spray the pan. Add the bread. Cook for 2 minutes.

5. Spray the top of the bread with cooking spray, and flip. Top with cheese, then spinach, then tomato.

6. Cook for 3-4 minutes, or until the cheese gets melty.

7. Enjoy as an open-faced sandwich, or cut it in half and have a super-thick half-sized sandwich.

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Add filling protein with an “Egg in the hole.”

Eggs got a bad rap for too long: They’ve got incredible (sorry) nutrients, including choline, which is tough to get in other places, and heart disease-fighting carotenoids that are more bioavailable than the Vitamin A found in carrots—so even though there’s less A in eggs, your body can absorb more of them.

Oh, and they may help you lose weight, too: In a study from the International Journal of Obesity, guys who ate eggs at breakfast lost 65 percent more weight than dieters who went egg-less. It could be from the protein: A large egg offers six grams of the muscle-building nutrient, which digests more slowly and can keep you feeling full.

So swap one slice of bread for a whole egg and try this “egg in a hole” grilled cheese—perfect for breakfast.

You’ll need:

1 slice whole wheat sandwich bread

1 large egg

1 slice low-fat cheese

Low-calorie cooking spray

To make it:

1. Spray a nonstick pan with the cooking spray, and heat to medium-high.

2. Use the top of a drinking glass to cut a round hole in the center of the bread.

3. Put the bread in the pan, and crack the egg into the bread’s hole. Allow them to cook for 2 minutes.

4. Spray the top of the egg and bread with cooking spray, then use a spatula to flip both over.

5. Top the flipped egg-and-bread with the cheese. Let it cook (and melt) for 2 more minutes.

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Turn salad into grilled cheese.

Caprese salad is incredible—who doesn’t love a salad that is 30 percent cheese? You can make this summer staple perfect for winter and spring by turning up the heat—adding warmth and melty texture that will make it a new favorite, easy lunch that’s perfect for a lazy Sunday.

You’ll need:

8 slices of a big, beefsteak tomato (or other large, round variety)

2 pieces of low-fat mozzarella string cheese (or equivalent amount of low-fat mozzarella)

6-12 basil leaves, cut into strips

Balsamic vinegar for drizzling

Low-calorie cooking spray

To make it:

1. Top a tomato slice with 1/3 of a string cheese piece and one or two basil leaves. Repeat two more times, finishing with a piece of tomato on top. (This stack will then be: Tomato-cheese-basil-tomato-cheese-basil-tomato-cheese-basil-tomato.) Repeat for a second stack, creating two stacks that each contain 4 tomato layers, three cheese layers, and three basil layers.

2. Heat a nonstick pan to medium-high and spray with the cooking spray.

3. Add the two stacks. Cook for 2-3 minutes, until you can see the bottom tomato blistering and the cheese is melting.

4. Use a spatula to carefully flip the stacks. Cook for an additional 2-3 minutes.

5. Remove from the heat, top with balsamic vinegar, and enjoy with a fork and knife.


Makes 2 servings.

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Hi friends! Happy Friday! The weekend is heeeeeere. What’s going on? After being gone pretty much all week last week, it will be nice to have a weekend at home. We’ll probably get into the usual shenanigans: I have a girls’ night planned with friends, we’re meeting up with friends + their kiddos for dinner, church, chores, prepping for the next week. P’s birthday is going to be here before we know it – I literally have to remind myself every day that she’s only 2, because she’s really like a 4-year old tr
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apped in a 2-year old’s body – and I’m excited to start party planning. I’m thinking we’ll do something here at the house but get a jumping castle and a taco truck (necessary). I’d love to hear what you’re up to this weekend!

Now it’s time for the weekly Friday Faves party. This is where I share some of my favorite finds, reads, wears, and laughs from the week. I love hearing what you’re enjoying, too, so please shout out some faves in the comments if you’d like to join in the fun!


– The decaf almond milk lattes from Cartel are A+.

– Last night, I took a baby meal over to a friend who has a lil newborn. All of the usual staples were there: cheesy enchiladas, Instant Pot Mexican rice, beans, salsa, chips, brownie/cookie/Oreo bars, and margarita mix. I pretty much make the same thing for every baby meal, so if you have new ideas, please throw them my way! Even so, I’m cool with being the token enchilada girl. 

Read, watch, listen:

– Tips for better conversations. 

– All the happy tears for Lindsay, Bjork, and Sage.

– How to beat insomnia

– Won’t You Be My Neighbor. I cried during parts of it because Mister Rogers was such a rare, genuinely kind human being. I highly recommend this documentary as it gives insightful background into his life, his true genius, and is very well-done. 

– Another reason to get in endurance exercise

– 36 hours in Tucson

– Don’t forget to check out this week’s podcast interview here! Jess and I are chatting all about injuries: what to do about them, how to prevent them, when to use heat/ice, and cryotherapy. 


– I met Merrick briefly at last week’s CJ event and love her style! She looks so put-together without being over-the-top. (Check out her blog if you haven’t already!!) She inspired me to try a couple of new things in my wardrobe, so I ordered these studded booties (on super sale. Going to wear them with a black top, black jeans, and this long blush cardigan I recently picked up from Express), this pleated skirt ($25! and you can dress up or down), and this tiger dress. The tiger dress is outside of my normal comfort zone, but I loved the way it looked when she wore it with black buckle booties.

I feel like I’ve gotten really comfortable on the fashion front lately and heading into fall, I feel inspired to switch things up a bit. (Stay tuned for a fall capsule-ish wardrobe post since I literally have like 4 articles of fall clothing here. I’m pretty much starting from scratch since I stored and donated so much in Valdosta.) Also, this is a problem that isn’t really a problem but I recently realized how much I was depending on Stitch Fix to pick out clothes for me. It feels oddly freeing to pick things out for myself again after quite a few Stitch Fix duds. 

Maybe it will look cute. Maybe it will look like I’m wearing pajamas. We shall see. 

Eats + recipes:

– Yesterday was low-carb day, so I thought I’d share my breakfast: 2 eggs, 6 egg whites, 2 tablespoons of guacamole, a Mikey’s Paleo English muffin with butter and cinnamon

– Give me this Instant Pot curry

– Best services for healthy prepared meals


NEW FIT GUIDES ARE HEADING YOUR WAY! (<— yelling a little because I’m so excited) I’ll have all of the info up Monday,. Be sure to check in if you want first dibs because spots will go very quickly. If you haven’t taken the free fitness quiz yet, check it out here and see what plan I’d recommend. I put so much love and work into these plans and the response has been amazing.

Check out Laura’s results after only 6 weeks:

Leave your fitness personality in the comments below and I’ll pick a lucky winner to receive a free Fit Guide on Monday!

Happy Friday, friends!



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Sometimes those closest to you can derail your good intentions. Here’s how to navigate this tricky situation.

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Running the Boston Marathon is an admirable goal, but it’s also a costly one (by one estimate, up to $4,000) that requires you to have a qualifying time from another race and can be difficult on your body. If you’re looking for that same level of intensity but want something more accessible (or if you just not a fan of running), here are five alternatives that will test your endurance and strength.