Chris Anderson, the inventor of the UAV NXT drone, has posted an entry to the GeekDad blog where he strongly promotes RobotC and drops some thoughts regarding a "best" and a "real" programming language for the NXT.
While I consider RobotC indeed a tool quite well adapted to NXT programmers' needs, I rather disagree with some arguments of his (and left an according comment).
What do you think about his opinions on that subject? It's an interesting discussion that has been led many times already in the past (and will no doubt go on in the future) with a lot of aspects involved.
Leave comments there!