Your comments are as foolish as a carpenter saying he only ever uses hand tools.
Oh analogy time. Firstly, my comments are nothing like that. If you think so then your reading comprehension is so low then there's little chance of you ever understanding this post. But whatever, I'll use your analogy, because bits of it work (also carpentry is a hobby of mine as it happens---though I'm not especially good).
Your original claim is like saying that sticking anyone in front of power tools will make them a productive carpenter.
But professional carpenters in this day and age are using power tools for most of their work.
This is hilarious. Remember your claim that "anyone in front of an IDE is productive", translates to "anyone in front of power tools is productive". If you let someone completely incompetent into a good woodworking shop with actual proper power tools, you're more likely to end up with a pile of fingers on the floor and broken machines than anything coherent made out of wood.
Because tools alone are not sufficient to make someone productive.
That last line is really the crux. The fact that you appear to not understand it is quite frankly astonishing. I do hope you're not in charge of any hiring decisions. Because according to what you're espousing here, you can hire literally anyone, stick them in front of an IDE (or powerful woodworking tools---why not) and have a productive member of the work force.
Anyway your analogy still sucks, because all of the IDE related tools are available with equal or more power outside the IDE.