"Language skills are a stronger predictor of programming ability than math knowledge" as I have been saying for years https://phys.org/news/2020-03-math-person-code.html
good programming is the practice of communicating ideas clearly in a context where precision is enforced
even mediocre programmers can write a program that RUNS. what distinguishes a skilled programmer isn't how well they talk to the machine, it's how well they talk to the other people who will read/write/use the code
this communication is largely done in the medium of code (although design communication and documentation are also vital), but I consider the ability to express ideas in a medium that's not natural language to still essentially be a language skill
@nex3 Similarly, any programmer can write a complex application. What requires skill is writing a simple application, and having it still meet the requirements.
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