Dave Remy works at MicroSoft and attends DePaul's long distance learning program in Computer Science. He writes a blog and talked about limitations on one's thinking because of the computer language we find ourselves stuck using.
I enjoyed it because Remy cites an interesting author: Benjamin Lee Whorf who wrote an interesting essay long ago on why Hopi is a superior to English as a scientific language. MIT has a Whorf web page with some quotes here.
(I bought Whorf's book in the mid 80s in Washington DC for $7.95 and Amazon is showing the same book now for $28!)