The argument is C++ is an extremely difficult language to learn and the language has a huge size and scope and when things go wrong it can be catastrophic, when errors occur they can be hard to reproduce, hard to debug, and potentially expensive to correct as well.
So, is C++ dying within the world of finance, hopefully not but you tell me!
I’ve been hearing this since I went to the university. That’s like 10 years ago. Back then Java was already dominant language in the corporate world, at least in the USA. If you’re a programmer you’re probably familiar with the Joel Spolsky’s famous rant about JavaSchools (good read as always from Joel)