"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
lots of people are QTing this with stuff like "yeah programming languages have grammars etc!" which imo is missing the point. perhaps counterintuitively, the programming skill that matters isn't understanding how to tell a machine what to do in a way that works
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
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