I am writing these lines today because I am very disappointed with C++ programmers. Recently I had to deeply study CFD to develop a code with a nice GUI with 2D and 3D graph capabilities as required to CFD analysis. But to do that I had to check around all the toolkit of numerical packages available to help me in the solution of the corresponding Navier Stokes equations. I found some good toolkits such has PETSc Trilinos and also OpenFoam. All of them are written in standard 'c' and also C++. That was quit a surprise for me because some years ago there was a lot numerical libraries in both FORTRAN and 'C' and also 'C++'. I contacted all of them to check if there was an implementation of interfaces to be used with FORTRAN. PETSc is highly portable since they built FORTRAN interfaces. Trilinos also have some interfaces, but OpenFoam doesn't. But, all of them discouraged me to write code in FORTRAN. They all called FORTRAN an obtuse language and advised me to upgrade to C++. Why does FORTRAN is so badly viewed by 'C' and 'C++' developers? Why this language is called old and named as language of 1950? They almost convinced me to migrate to C++ and abandon FORTRAN definitely.