You should develop the program in the language that is more convenient for you (eg. based on your coder proficiency, consistency with your code base, or even with the terms that you are using).
Other answers already pointed out how it doesn't really provide security. If you want to make a secure program, rather than concerning about potential hackers easily reading your code and learning a secret hole, you should probably care more about making it readable to the people auditing it.
If there is a function parameter called nonce, and a comment saying how we are ensuring it is unique across the requests, yet it isn't sent on the request, you can be quite sure it is a slip-up. Actually, having that code easily readable will decrease the chances of that parameter being dropped/empty (after all, everything worked without it...), or if that really happens, make easier that another of your developers notices the problem.
(Third parties could hint you about it, too. Probably, there will be more people having a casual look at it than ones actually trying to break it. A random attacker will most likely start by launching an automated tool and hoping it finds anything.)
TL;DR: produce readable code. For the people that should deal with it. In case of doubt, you should prefer the one most people know about.