Friday, February 16, 2018

Type Driven Development by Mark Seemann



Have you ever worked in a statically typed language (e.g. C# or Java), only to wish that you'd be allowed to focus on what you're doing, instead of having to declare types of arguments and create new classes all the time? Have you, on the other hand, ever worked in a dynamic language (e.g.

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