I don't appreciate you putting words in my mouth.
I speak in generalities, not universal truths, and I would hope you'd be attentive enough to notice that. I'm not saying anything about "everyone" I'm saying that there is a definitive trend. Which means there will be exceptions.
I also never said C++ wasn't the best available choice for some applications. I just happen to think that that's a damned shame.
What is this "trend" you speak of? Do you have data or a study to back up your claims that the majority of C++ developers are inexperienced, closed minded people who dont know any better? If you want to talk about trends that's fine but you have to provide some proof that there IS a trend. You have not spoken in anything but personal opinions. Which is fine, you are entitled to your opinion. But there is no trend. Simply by stating that your words represent a general truth or a "trend" about C++ developers is proof that what I said is correct: you believe your own personal opinions and biases to be fact. They aren't. This will be my last post on the matter, so enjoy the last word.