Somebody will graft node.js or go or [that redhat thing that's almost a good scripting language] to systemd and then we'll
Which is the classic example of the dialectic. Speaking of "old farts," Aristotle definitely qualifies
Any unices are far easier to deal with allowing you to map the filetree as suits. Windows needs a whip hand, the right tools, and really good backups as you climb one hell of a learning curve.
OK, so I'm not serious, still neat though! On second thought, except for the aerial vehicle (lowest price I've seen is $699.00) it really is doable.
There are GUI tools that you can use for the design side that actually provide nice code out the other end (Embarcadero is good for database design) especially if you have a lot of constraints. It's just not a generic tool and given how diffuse the target (coders are NOT generics), it will never happen. Sad since over in EEE we have shelves full of component catalogs while over on the software side we resort to cutting&pasting and then trying to refactor our was into a solution. Blech!