See this: "Stop hard-coding business rules" in SD Times.
Here's what's exasperating: "Memo to developers: Stop hard-coding business rules into applications. Use business rules engines instead."
Business Rules Engines? You mean Python?
It appears that they don't mean Python.
"Developers can use [a BPM suite or rules engine] and be more productive, so long as they don’t use C# or Java as a default for development".
I'm guessing that by "C# or Java" they mean "a programming language" and I would bet that Python is included in "bad" languages for development.
Python has all the simplicity and expressive power of a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) for business rules.
Don't hard-code business rules in Java. Code them in an interpreted language like Python.
Also, don't be mislead by any claims that business analysts or (weirdly) users can somehow "code" business rules. They can't (and mostly, they won't). That's what SD Times wisely says "Developers". That's how coding gets done.