Looking at programming languages, it seems that for a long time, safety or reliability was considered an afterthought, usually covered later in tools such as testing and static analysis, rather than in the language itself. However, over the past few years, it seems there’s been a growing realization that much higher levels of reliability could be achieved for a fraction of the cost if the programming language were designed with reliability in mind. Two names come to mind here: Rust and
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