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I love to create and work with low-level stuff and high-level abstraction. So naturally my interests are sdks, drivers, adapter libraries, frameworks, reverse engineering, ..
I.e. the stuff which is ugly on the inside and pretty on the outside.
What is the supposed productivity gain of dynamic typing?
generic containers and explicit co-/contravariance are meant to "get in your way" if you do it wrong. what's the benefit of compiling code which will fail at runtime?