Common Programming Acronyms

1K Blog Marathon: Day 29

Every day, many people are choosing their OOTD, so they can keep up with the trends and not be OP. It’s NBD, just to be the first in the hype BAE, and they will tell you that YOLO, share it in FB, IG and other SM. Just DM them, but don’t send NSFW, IMHO. So as not to be a subject of LOLs and if you have a FOMO, you need to look FTW. KK?

These are the millennial acronyms that even I, despite being a member of the Millennial group (roughly 1980 to 1994), can’t even understand many of these. That’s what you get when you read more books than scroll your phone. ^_^

But in IT, well, Information Technology, there are so many acronyms that you may encounter. It’s not necessary to memorize them all, just get the tip of the iceberg – if you want.

Here are some of them, and in coming days I will try to update this list. Let’s start!

ACID – Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability

API – Application Program Interface

ASP – Active Server Page

CAPTCHA – Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart

CMS – Content Management System

CRM – Customer Relationship Management

CRUD – Create, Read, Update and Delete

CSS – Cascading Style Sheet

DBMS – Database Management System

DNS – Domain Name Server

GUI – Graphical User Interface

HTML – Hypertext Markup Language

HTTP / HTTPS – Hypertext Transfer Protocol / Secured

IDE – Integrated Development Environment

GIF – Graphic Interchange Format

JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group

JS – JavaScript

KISS – Keep It Super Simple

LAMP – Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP/Perl/Python

MAMP – Mac, Apache, MySQL, PHP

MVC – Model-View-Controller

OCR – Optical Character Recognition

OOP – Object Oriented Programming

PDF – Portable Document Format

PHP – (Former) Personal Home Page (Later) PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

PNG – Portable Network Graphics

REST – Representational State Transfer

RPA – Robotic Process Automation

SASS – Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets

SEO – Search Engine Optimization

SDLC – System Development Life Cycle

SQL – Structured Query Language

SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics

URL – Uniform Resource Locator

UX – User Experience

WAMP – Windows, Apache, MySQL and PHP

WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get

XAMPP – Cross-Platform, Apache, MySQL, PHP and Perl

XML – Extensible Markup Language

This list will be updated from time to time, so you better click my RSS ^_^

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Andy Grove

Published by Christian Foster

Code-blooded, coffee-lover, tall, dark and chubby. I love to draw, has motion-sickness and a sleepy-head. BTW, graduate of BS Computer Science, Associate in Computer Science and certified UiPath RPA Developer. Loyal to my partner and a father of a cute bouncing baby daughter!

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