Tech*ni"cian(?), n. a person trained or skilled in the technical details of a particular art or science, especially one skilled at operating, maintaining, or repairing equipment, in contrast to the theory or informational content of a craft; -- formerly also called a technicist. In computer software companies, individuals skilled at the details of using programs and employed to help customers to install or use software or troubleshoot software problems for are also called technicians.
[Webster 1913 Suppl. +PJC]
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