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Hi Super Lloyd,
I think security of our current computers and internet infrastructure demands we build it here where we can be sure hardware is not compromised. It is either secure or it is not? Any complex system is very vulnerable to malicious tampering in environments like Taiwan where China or any other competitor has so much power and access. Build it in what ever country you hope to secure and pay close attention to whom you let in the door?
that said, Each computer should have a dedicated security co processor with secure and efficient code that is agile and robust in my opinion...
what do you think Humanity?
thanks for asking
Erlang - maybe not mainstream or popular anymore, but the basis of RabbitMQ.
Perl - Also still being used.
Objective-C - Also still being used.
I think sometimes people just write articles for the sake of it and have very little idea of what's actually being used in industry, especially when it comes to the popularity of programming languages.