I don't know... I'm still not convinced that VR will convey the same benefits for every field. For instance, it is obviously great for people who design stuff. Ever seen that gif of a guy making a lifelike 3d spider model in like 30 seconds? But for things like code... I think making that activity VR-oriented will constrain thinking more than let it free. Programming is the art of being able to tell what a piece of code will do, and being able to change that to your liking. And the thing is, everyone thinks about it differently. I always try to get a holistic feel for what I'm writing, and I know some people who try to imagine state machines in their heads. So, if you make programming languages these big webs of interconnections, well, it will make some people really damn confused, me among them. I'm sure there are other examples, but programming is one that I'm very familiar with.