How do you code in a non-statically typed, imperative language after learning F#?

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  • Fable.Python

    Python bindings for Fable

  • Perhaps that is why exists.

  • mypy

    Optional static typing for Python

  • Use of optional types has been appearing in third party libraries more and more. The mypy type checker finally hit version 1, which I've been using for years. Flake8 for linting and black + isort for formatting are useful tools.

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  • functional-web-development-with-elixir

    Updated and complete Elixir implementation for the book Functional Web Development with Elixir, OTP, and Phoenix

  • For example, if you perused my code and didn't know Elixir, you'd probably even guess that Elixir was a statically typed language the way I write it:

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