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2answers
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Is using static-typing the solution to domain-driven design and decreasing the number of errors?

We are using PHP (a dynamically-typed language) in our project. However, I have found my colleagues asking questions such as ...
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10answers
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Is dynamic language always interpreted?

Looking at most (if not all) dynamic languages [i.e Python, PHP, Perl and Ruby], they are all interpreted. Correct me if I'm wrong. Is there any example of dynamic language that goes through ...
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4answers
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How does one learn to program (and think) the Ruby way? [closed]

Why I Ask this Question: I've just starting to learn Ruby (and by extension IronRuby since I work in the Microsoft world). I picked up IronRuby Unleased to teach me the basic syntax of Ruby, and any ...
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3answers
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What can I use instead of Interfaces in Ruby (or any other dynamic language)?

My goal is to define contracts between classes. I like duck typing and all but I'd like also to define an interface between different layers of my application to clearly define which are the method ...