.... and symbols and holy formats .....
It got a little too jargony after a bit.
But, I raised an eyebrow on a few things:
Don't tell anyone about the "Unless" command. The users would love that. Let them chain them all together.
And, the notion that the modern user could write their own programs seems impossible. Though, I would add, the attention span of the average user has decreased as our certainty that we are right has increased.
The problem is pretty basic:
The lavatory near the Facility department is always the nicest in the factory because the Facility team decides where to spend the money. The compiler team sets the rules even if they don't know what the developers would do with it. And, of course, the developers don't know what the user is going to do with it.
The user, of course, is trying to figure out if this is a cheese shop ... which is to say chaos.
Null was the billion (trillion) dollar mistake ... true that.