Sorbet: Typed Ruby with Dmitry Petrashko

03.25.2020 - By Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

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Programming languages are dynamically typed or statically typed. In a dynamically typed language, the programmer does not need to declare if a variable is an integer, string, or other type. In a statically typed language, the developer must declare the type of the variable upfront, so that the compiler can take advantage of that information.

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