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Thanks for reading the article. While I do use HTML and CSS, those are by products of working in web based or “cloud” applications where the browser is the main vehicle for the end user. I do program using high level programming languages such as SQL, Ruby, PHP, Python, JavaScript, Java, C#, but does it mean that I’m not programming because I’m not using a low level language?

EDIT: There are also many high level programming languages now being used to created desktop applications. They compile down to a low level programming language and allow the use of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript int he views. This makes life easier and in my opinion still qualifies as programming.

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