I suppose within the industry the semantics actually mean something. I prefer being called a Developer rather than coder, or programmer. Yet I know someone else that prefers being called a Programmer.
But from outside the industry people don't pick up on these nuances, and in the end we all write code; it's the one thing they understand.
So don't let it bother you, in the end it's a label we bestow on ourselves more than anything.
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