Symbols are representations of ideas, thoughts and concepts.
Letters and numbers are symbols, too. Both are used in mathematics and in programming.
A computer program makes ‘much more’ happen on screen than text and images in books.
The ‘dynamics’ of making ‘phenomena’ happen on screen describe the style of a programmer like the style of an author.
As a software conceptualiser, I am the ‘mental architect’ for programmers who translate my understanding of describing and quantifying physical phenomena on-screen.