On 4/9/2014 1:58 PM, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
Tooling is certainly very important, but until someone comes up with a
substitute for "programming languages" that actually *works well* as a
*complete* substitute (decades of attempts, still zero successes), then unlike
tooling, the language is still the one thing that's absolutely *mandatory*.
Yeah, I've seen the "programming without programming" tools come and go over the
decades. I'm not holding my breath.
To me, they always seem like "learn without effort" and "get fit without