Are the supposed advantages in a typed languages hype?

Jesse Wright
4 min readJan 13

People ignore packing and alignment rules. People forget programmer productivity.

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It is common to state that typed languages are better than untyped languages. A standard extension to untyped languages is to add types to create a new language. I will discuss the false assumption of the superiority of typed languages.

Jesse Wright

Learning to be a writer. Ex-Grey beard programmer, now retired. Extensive wide ranging reader. Proud Democrat and Liberal and Atheist. Bipolar but Medicated.