So, we've got a guy who likes to write methods that take Objects as parameters, so they can be 'very flexible'. Then, internally, he either does direct casting, reflection or method overloading to ...
During a recent project I've been working on, I've had to use a lot of functions that kind of look like this: static bool getGPS(double plane_latitude, double plane_longitude, double plane_altitude, ...
this page http://golang.org/doc/go_faq.html writes: although Go has static types the language attempts to make types feel lighter weight than in typical OO languages So my question is ...
I began coding in in Python primarily where there is no type safety, then moved to C# and Java where there is. I found that I could work a bit more quickly and with less headaches in Python, but then ...
This came up in a discussion with a friend, and I found myself hard-pressed to think up an any good arguments. What benefits do weak typing confer?