Re: Lots of people are saying "it's the coder's fault not the language"
You'd almost think software testing didn't exist to pick up the bits the coder missed.
Then again the modern paradigm doesn't really consider proper testing to be a thing. And QA, what's that?
Safety languages are like safety scissors; a blunt tool handed to those incapable of dealing with the risky version, at the expense of much reduced ability and performance.
And it's not like the risky areas of ' unsafe' languages aren't well understood, it's always the same handful of basic errors.