ActorSoftware: A mathematical model of concurrent computation that treats "actors" as the universal primitives of concurrent computation.
Showbiz: A person whose profession is acting on the stage, in films, or on television.
AgentSoftware: A software agent is a computer program that acts for a user or other program in a relationship of agency
Showbiz: A person who finds jobs for actors, authors, film directors, musicians, models, professional athletes, writers, screenwriters, broadcast journalists, and other people in various entertainment or broadcast businesses.
CallbackSoftware: Any executable code that is passed as an argument to other code, which is expected to call back (execute) the argument at a given time.
Showbiz: A follow-up interview or audition
CastingSoftware: Explicitly converting a variable from one type to another
Showbiz: Employing actors to play parts in a film, play or other production. Also the act of doing same.
ClientSoftware: The opposite of a server
Showbiz: An actor, specifically in the context of the actor’s relationship with their agent or manager Internally at Spotlight we have both internal and external clients/customers
Client ProfileSoftware: A subset of the .NET framework intended to run on mobile and low-powered devices
Showbiz: An actor’s professional CV, as it appears on their agent's’ website or in various kinds of casting software and directories
DoubleSoftware: Primitive data type representing a floating-point number
Showbiz: A performer who appears in place of another performer, i.e., as in a stunt.
MirrorSoftware: A copy of a system that updates from the original in near to real time, often a database or file storage system
Showbiz: An optical device that helps a performer check they’ve applied their makeup correctly
PrincipalSoftware: Used in database mirroring to refer to the primary instance of the database
Showbiz: A performer with lines.
ProductionSoftware: The live infrastructure and code environment
Showbiz: A film, TV or stage show, such as a professional actor might list on their acting CV.
RESTSoftware: Representational State Transfer - an architectural style used when building hypermedia APIs
Showbiz: What actors do between jobs.
ScriptSoftware: A computer program written in a scripting language
Showbiz: The written dialogue and directions for a play, film or show
“Sequel”Software: Standard pronunciation of SQL, referring to either the database query language. Also commonly refers to Microsoft’s SQL Server database product.
Showbiz: A published, broadcast, or recorded work that continues the story or develops the theme of an earlier one.
ServerSoftware: The opposite of a client
Showbiz: Someone working as waiting staff in a restaurant. Who is quite possibly an actor moonlighting as a server to pay the bills between acting jobs.
SpotlightSoftware: The native macOS search application
Showbiz: Our company – www.spotlight.com, “The Home of Casting” – and the directories and services we have created since 1927.
StagingSoftware: A replica of a production hosting environment used to test new features and deployments.
Showbiz: The method of presenting a play or dramatic performance; also used to refer to the stage structure itself in theatre and live performance.