Typed vs. Loosely Typed, the Debate Continues:

For me, source code of dynamically typed languages is easy to write but hard to read. I keep hunting for the places where objects are created to find out about their types.

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[A]t some point — high school, college, I don’t remember — I pretty much stopped using pencils. I prefer pens, I think for their stark, strong lines. When I screw something up, instead of erasing, I always scribble it out. Maybe excessive pen use is a sign of a more static-typing-oriented personality.

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