While writing my first article it occured to me that I was delving into a large subject area that wasn't really addressed by the four subjects currently available.
Viewpoint (is that the software or opinions?)
Well, I guess it could have gone into general, but to me that sounds like "everything else that isn't worthy of having its own subject area". And that wasn't a very appealing category for my first article.
So I propose the following:
Use "Database" to cover all things relating to the DBMS itself. Cool recursive queries, Hot tuning topics, Stunning (internal) Stored Procedures and other RDBMS oriented stuff.
Rename UDF to "Extensibility". IMHO, UDF is too narrow a title that covers anything that is created in the database, but runs outside of it. Categories that come to mind are UDT's (type and table), UDF's, XSP's and so on.
Create a new subject "Connectivity". This covers all the things that might be referred to as "network attached client stuff". Categories that come to mind include JDBC, ODBC, OLEDB, CLI, tactical queries, tools and other stuff that is Teradata oriented but is run outside of the database.
Retain general and viewpoint.
Of course I'm not terribly attached to the names I suggest above, but I've bounced the idea around a little and they seem like a good start.
In fact the above suggestions for subject names aren't even mine! My original suggestions were "Network attached client" and "internal stuff"!