Tag Archives: python

Static Typing vs Unit Testing

Prior to making the switch from a job as a C++ programmer to a job as a Ruby programmer, I spent some time considering the ideas around static typing and unit testing. I was reminded of this again recently when … Continue reading

One way to do it? (Ruby vs Python)

Following on from my blog post about some of the differences I thought were important between Ruby and Python (senktec.com/2013/06/ruby-vs-python/), one of the things often cited as a difference between the two programming languages is that Python strives for one … Continue reading

Ruby vs Python

Ruby and Python are similar programming languages in that they use much of the same syntax, runtime speed, they both come with large standard libraries to do most common tasks, and are generally suited to solving similar kinds of problems. However, people often strongly … Continue reading

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