Blub paradox

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Coined by Paul Graham, who used a hypothetical programming language called Blub as an example.

Proper noun


the Blub paradox

  1. (programming) The situation where a programmer sees less powerful programming languages than those he/she knows as lacking in important features, but more powerful ones as having bizarre or unnecessary features.