That's true of so much. A lot of the technologist/technician jobs, plus biology and chemistry,* plus all those "soft" sciences like sociology, anthropology, psychology, etc that the brogrammers think are "easy" and are barely worth minimum wage. We're not even talking about music, art, literature, etc, which require insane amounts of devotion to the craft. All the arts and sciences, plus tech, are not easy even if they aren't math intensive.
However, it's the brogrammers who claim that women can't do programming because math, when programming doesn't even involve math. It's technology, not math or science or even engineering. It's like being a machinist, only less manly
*only according to the brogrammers
This doesn't really surprise me. Once one understands how programming languages work, and has a feel for the basic design patterns used in software architecture, the rest is just syntax. Someone's code will be a little slicker looking if they only focus on one programming language, but other than that, the language doesn't matter that much. The only real stumbling block I see is if someone is used to one set of tinkertoys and then gets moved over to another. If they're a competent software person, they should be able to adapt to the new set of tinkertoys with minimal interruption, but maybe there will be a learning curve.