Move along, nothing to see
Software developers have nothing to fear from AI coding. All the AI will do is automate-away some of the heavy lifting, allowing us to focus on things like actual problem solving. Remember: software development is one of (if not the) most heavily automated jobs in the world. This hasn't come-about because somebody is trying to replace us or make us redundant ... we do it ourselves. This is because we get bored with writing the same code again-and-again, so we find ways to automate it away. All aspects of our jobs are already assisted or automated ... think about the technology we use: compilers, linkers, package managers, collaborative coding tools, whole communities with "Known good solutions to problems" ready-to-paste, IDEs that highlight your errors, debuggers that examine your running code and reveal its inner workings, code analyzers, automated merging of multiply-edited files. The list goes on; it is very big. These things are so common we don't even think about them, but each one does in a spit-second what not-so-many-years-ago would have taken hours. AI coding? Bring it! We'll chuck it in the toolbox with everything else.