Forcing code indentation is a sign you're going to be working with a bunch of "coders" who took a weekend course and not actual software engineers.
If you need a language to force you to do what you should be doing and naturally do because of experience, then you're not very good at your job.
There are far more important things in software engineering than being a white space nazi. Something that "coders" don't understand and it shows in their languages of choice.
What's really pathetic about python is that while being obsessed with white space, it can't handle multi-line strings without escape characters. Derp. Indentation essential for readability. Being able to write SQL queries with proper indentation, not important.
It's not surprising that most things people like about these "hip" languages are things you can do (and actually do) in any other language if you're actually skilled. And doing them in the "hip" languages is no indication of skill level.