Archive for December, 2016

I wrote an example of Bob Nystrom’s “Baby’s First Garbage Collector,” which I’ve been wanting to implement for a while in order to understand it better. To make the problem harder (as I always do), I decided to write it in C++, and to make it even more fun, I’ve implemented it using the new […]

At work, I’ve earned a bit of notoriety for being a code style commisar. I’ve been part of the group that from the bottom has been pushing people ot use flake8 and eslint, and I even wrote a tool to make polyglot testing easier. My latest kick is types. After experimenting with them for two […]

In my ever-shrinking spare time, I write stories. When I’m writing a particularly long story, or dabbling in the 300-odd episodic space opera I’ve been working on for twenty-five years or so, I have to read and re-read the story to make sure that every plot thread of the story has been closed in a […]

04Dec

If you write Python, you should use MyPy.

Posted by Elf Sternberg as Uncategorized

I’ve discovered MyPy at work, and it works with Python 2.7 so amazingly well that I’m here to say, if you haven’t added it to your workflow, you need to immediately. The last project I worked on at my day job, an automated inventory and services manager, was 2200 lines of one class object. When […]


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