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Experiences with dynamically typed languages on large projects

Karthik Guru
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Please post them. I'm an average programmer that needs static typing and a helping hand from the compiler and I know that there are tons of others too. From my minimal experience with python on last project (what else but for data crunching ), I felt that these languages demand quite a bit of discipline from developers. I have a feeling that it might work in a small team in a cubicle. But beyond that I'm a little skeptical. Please post your thoughts.

Ruby is the rival
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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