What do you think?

After Perl's TIMTOWTDI ['Tim-Toady'] (there is more than one way to to
it), now there's Ruby's EWYW ['eeh-you'] (express what you want),
meaning, the minute you could express the task in english, you can start
to write Ruby code; some say their thoughts flow directly into the code.
Aspects of Ruby that make that possible are the principle of least
surprise; very nice and natural control structures; readable code is
possible; simple things are simple.

What else?

-- 
Tobias Reif
http://www.pinkjuice.com/myDigitalProfile.htm