I study computer science and intend to work in that, so I'm more frequently on anything closely related to StackOverflow, which might be more core to StackExchange than this particular area of the site (not to offend anyone here, but from a number of users perspective it's probably true). This is the least technical StackExchange site I've posted in probably, so that's my place in it. Just wondering how it differs significantly from StackOverflow on a few points if at all as I'm also new to Philosophy StackExchange.
I get tagging questions, but maybe philosophy has fewer tags to the point I'm not sure what tags are good to use here. Not a professional philosopher, but I want to be sure anyone knowledgeable at least understands my tag usage as maybe I'm not sure what people use where here.
Answered my own question on this so I'm good on this one. Reputation needed to create tags here.
Thanks in advance for clarifying the usage of Philosophy StackExchange site. I think StackOverflow probably just needs more tags for different programming languages, so I'm just probably used to choosing between more tags there. Seems like I would need to add tags to affect that though.