Hi and welcome.
I assume that you are looking for a critique of your logo, rather than promoting your new programming language, as you have put this in the crit pit? That being the case…
Firstly, your rationale feels a little back-painted and a bit spurious. The end result looks more like a hiking apparel brand than a programming language, despite the reasoning. If it were, I’d quite like it (although it brings to mind, one I’ve seen before, but can’t recollect), but as a programming language, it feels like it’s missed its mark. You appear to have thought more about your feelings towards it, than what it is and it’s likely users.
This brings me to my main criticism. The font. It is anything but righteous. It hurts to look at. I am assuming it is a free font from somewhere? The weights and stresses are all over the place and the transitions between curves and straights are too abrupt. They interrupt the smooth continuation of line, leaving a visual bulge. Look at the right hand side of the m. And… that lower case r needs shooting.
I know none of this is directly your fault, but you chose it. My advice would be to tweak it, or change it altogether. That kind of, unharmonious and disjointed is not something you really want associated with any product or service.
There are so many similar well-constructed, well-drawn geometric fonts out there.
OK, I just went and looked up Righteous font and it is, of course, a freebie – albeit, a marginally higher calibre of freebie; it made it to Google Fonts. Ironically, it too, has a worthy rationale, but the end result is flawed.
‘Righteous was initially inspired by the all capitals letterforms from the deco posters of Hungarian artist Robert Berény for Modiano.’
Suitably lofty, but unfortunately, rather than being inspired by and improving upon, it has copied, verbatim, the flaws in the original lettering and in many cases, exacerbated them.
Not what you wanted to hear, I’m sure, but I hope it helps on some way, all the same.