Todd Gillespie <toddg / linux127.ma.utexas.edu> wrote:
: In a nutshell, programmers that have not understood a particular facility
: in a language are likely to treat it as unimportant, because they know how
: to think about programs using the idioms of the languages they already
: know, but not in these unfamiliar features.  To quote:

I'm pretty sure this will be taken as demeaning and pedantic by some
readers.  Let me just say that we're all guilty of it.
Call it Wittgenstein's revenge.