Computer Programming Argument

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My topic is Computer programming. Some of the things I will be explaining in my topic include, how computer programming can help a person do the job they already have, or how it can create new jobs. How can computers help you you ask? Well its simple, computer programming can affect everyone no matter who the person receiving knowledge about it is. Computer programming can sort files, operate machinery, and control technology. A person that learns computer programming might be able to make a program that does their job for them creating more free time for them. Does computer programming help productivity in people who are usually not productive? In Computer Programming a person could learn at a very young age how to do it and have fun. Computer…show more content…
The reason for this is because computers can do a much better job than humans and do more jobs at once, so if programmers make programs to do other people 's jobs for them then those people would be out of a job. Then again this can 't be seen as totally negative because it would increase work speed and production values for a corporation. Another argument against computer programming is that it can have bugs and make a mistake sometimes if something higher in the chain does not go through correctly. such as a person putting in an incorrect value it would find something wrong with it and not let it go through. Although some programs can be programmed advanced enough so that it would run and make it so that when it did find a problem it would work around it figure out what the problem was and prevent it from happening in the…show more content…
The only way you can let computer programming and technology with it to advance is to trust it first. If you trust computer programming and fun it more there could be many more technological advances in the world that could help the handicapped with robotic limbs that are just as functional as a normal limb. computer programming could also make wheelchairs more flexible and high tech while making the cost lower than they are now. Such as a wheelchair that can lower, stretch or climb up the steps using it 's cognitive ability. It can detect steps and climb over them accordingly, that way people in wheelchairs can appreciate views of places that are usually not wheelchair accessible. so much can be accomplished with wheelchairs that the possibilities
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