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Posts with mentions or reviews of pytype. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-18.
  • Type Checkers: which one you use and why? | 2021-08-18
    The main ones I can think about are: * mypy * pytype * pyright
  • Why Julia's multiple dispatch is so greated explained with Pokemons | 2021-07-20
    i am perhaps biased, since my day job is working on static type inference for python[0], but i genuinely do believe that encoding properties like this into the type system gives you not just an extra level of safety, but an extra level of expressiveness when modelling your data in code. it's the equivalent of having units in physics.


  • I made Pytago, a script that transpiles some Python into human-readable Go. | 2021-06-24
    - Better static type analysis. I'm considering using but it will remove the ability for this project to run on Windows. That may not be such a bad thing, though. I plan on creating a free web version for people who just want to use it.
  • Reddit, what advice would you give to a CS grad into their first job as a Python Developer? | 2021-06-19
    Try using this: ....but you'll probably hate it; but try anyway.
  • Is Python a viable solution for enterprise web projects? Where does (pardon the wording) the fetish come from? | 2021-06-17
    Personally, I'm not a fan of Python because it's not a statically-typed language (although there are tools for that) and, unless you have very strong coding guidelines in place, projects tend to grow disorderly very fast (but this is true of any project written in any language). I guess the Python programmers I've encountered so far just didn't care much about those two things.
  • Please don't fire me can surely be colloquially referred to as "compiling", and let me assure you, it's annoyingly slow.
  • Pyre: A performant type-checker for Python 3 | 2021-05-10
    [2] | 2021-05-10
    No. I didn't expect it to be non-blaze/bazel tool friendly, but sounds like it is (aims to be at lest)?

    It does seems to support the entire-directory parsing as well. That's nice! Let me give it a try next time. Thanks for the tip!

    As a reminder to myself, here is the link to the doc:

  • This meme just made my day 🤣🤣
    Or pytype.


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