Source: Published articles
This is a lovely example of how hard it is to actually do things, even given a "valid" design.
Source: Hacker News
Article note: I know reading HN comments is brain poison, but starred for the (repost from David van Geest's twitter https://twitter.com/DWvanGeest/status/1092095822559358976) comment:
In general, in favor of as many correctness and other checks at compile time as possible. Make tools as powerful as possible. I really liked this tweet:
- your programming language required you to write useful docs,
- using those docs, it checked your program for mistakes,
- it even used the docs to speed up your program,
- this feature already exists!
And what if it was called static typing."Comments