Don’t like a new way of working? Just point out the absurdity of suggesting that the old way was broken:
Somehow, the microservices folks have failed to notice all that software that was in fact delivered as monoliths.
What the Rust Evangelism Strike Force doesn’t realise is that we’ve spent decades successfully building C programs that don’t dereference the NULL pointer.
This is a sort of “[C|Monoliths] considered harmless” statement. Yes, it’s possible to do it that way, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t problems, or at least trade-offs. “C considered harmless” is as untrue and unhelpful as “C considered harmful”; what we want is “C considered alongside alternatives”.