Computer programmers know how to use their hardware.
Lawyers do it in their briefs.
Cross Country runners do it longer.
Drummers do it with rhythm.
Candle dippers have it easy; they only work on wick ends.
Computer scientists do it through the front end.
Computer scientists do it asynchronously.
Architects build up to it.
Reporters do it daily.
The handicapped do it with prosthetic devices.