I think it won't hurt to have one. And looks like its quite necessary. I think Paul Deeds, Larry and Fawnita will agree with me.
Isn't one under technology? tha is where I posted my hub on a VBA programme. Are you suggesting having one mainstream?
Its there more or less... computer sciences->languages->c++ ... STILL can't find programming
All Topics>Technology>Computers>Computer Science>Languages
path shows on very top of my hubon VBA programme
Being a programmer you will agree with me that programming itself is above languages. Languages are no doubt the most essential part of it but programming is wider than that. Am I right?
I definitely agree to that. Programming challanges the creativity of human mind. i am not sur ehow many people on hubpages are programmer, but I woudl say bringing porgramming out of deep links is worth it. Lot of programmers writers woudl love to share their programmes and finidng the link is painful.
Hi UltimateHubber, HubChief,
Thanks very much for the discussion on categories. :-)
Based on the comments, I've decided to rename the category "Computer Science" to "Computer Science & Programming"
My main concern with creating a separate category for programming is that it is largely redundant with the category of Computer Science.
I hope that this renaming addresses the issues raised.
Thanx Larry for a reply and for renaming the category. You are rite about the redundancy. It will definitely work.
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