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The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Dynamic Typing for Practical Programs
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| by Robert Smallshire Follow 1 Followers on Apr 26, 2014 |

Robert Smallshire explores the disconnect between the dire outcomes predicted by advocates of static typing versus the near absence of type errors in real world systems built with dynamic languages.


Robert Smallshire is a founding director of Sixty North, a software product and consulting business in Norway . He has worked in architecture and technical management roles for several companies providing tools in the energy sector for dealing with the masses of information flowing from today’s digital oil fields. Robert is a regular speaker at conferences, meetups and corporate software events.

“BUILD STUFF” Conference is a Software Development Conference created for developers, team leaders, software architects and technical project managers. Our goal is to bring world class speakers to share innovations, latest developments, new trends and directions in software development world to the Baltics.

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