Keep it going!
Love the sentiment ❤️ JS Diversity
I’m not aware of any empirical evidence that static types have a strong impact on bug density.
lead you to make the assertion:
So in spite of the cool developer tooling they enable, **static types don’t actually help reduce over-all bug density by very much.** [emphasis in the original]
especially when the only real study you quote ends with "we are unable to quantify the specific effects of language type on usage"
Also, I feel ashamed for falling for that click-bait title.
This argument doesn't seem to make any sense....
I love the idea of ipm
Does anyone else feel like a solution to this problem that doesn't either 1) call itself "shallow", or 2) recurse infinitely, is wrong?
It feels like any time I pass an array to a function called `flatten()` I better not get back an array with more arrays inside...