Ruby, in it's innate object system, forces a certain level of abstraction onto the "mind space" of the deveoloper. So it influences the deveopers thinking in a negative way.
Ruby destroys "flow," or that ultra concentrated, focused state of mind.
I wonder what the folks at
rubyflow: the ruby community blog
would make of this? :)
You don't provide a shred of evidence for your eccentric point of view.
Or even an indication of how you happened upon this deep psychological epiphany.
I would be interested to learn, ideally from specific examples,
what caused you to form the opinion that "Ruby destroys flow".
Though initially gobsmacked by the originality and audacity of your post,
I am sorry, but my considered opinion is that it is psychobabble.
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