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Static vs. Dynamic Languages
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| by Stuart Williams Follow 0 Followers on Feb 25, 2013 |

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Stuart Williams discusses the merits of dynamic languages, definitions, stereotypes, myths, suggesting when and how to introduce such a language in production.

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Stuart Williams develops software at Investors Group in Winnipeg. His work passions are automation and efficiency, which he justifies with reducing costs and errors. Proof is his use of the Dvorak keyboard layout. His experience teaching software development spans industry, university, conferences, and high school age.

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