I think it's the "... or you're not a good programmer" part where the concept go off the rails.
I agree. Not learning a new language every year doesn't make you a bad programmer.
Yes, Eljay-Adobe's correct. It's this pressure to do it just to consider your self a "real" programmer or a "good" programmer that bothers me.
Thanks for your comments.
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