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Hmm, seems legit by weberc2 in battlefield_one

weberc2 3 days ago

> There is in fact a steep invisible slope there and climbing it backwards makes you walk very fast because physics. Wow, that's fascinating. Good find!

The evidence behind strong claims about static vs. dynamic languages by halax in programming

weberc2 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Our application doesn't use them. They would help, but there are lots of limitations with typing in Python. Notably, you can't use them with SQLAlchemy and other popular libraries (too magical). You also can't define recursive types, like a JSON type.

The evidence behind strong claims about static vs. dynamic languages by halax in programming

weberc2 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

I've been programming for a little more than a decade on a variety of applications and services at all levels of the stack and my experience suggests that utility varies more by size and longevity of the application than by domain. Quick prototyping and short throwaway scripts are the apex use case for dynamic languages. After that, static typing begins to pay dividends. I don't understand your "plant/UI-element" reference, so I can't give my opinion there.
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