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Tests vs Types

"We don't need complex, stupid, cumbersome types and compilation to prevent bugs in production, types can't prevent all bugs anyways. Just write more tests!" -- Tess "Yes we do! We wouldn't need to write so many complex mocks for tests that take forever to run in our CI / CD pipeline if we used a REAL language that is statically typed. " -- Tyler As you can see from the conversation, or argument above, Tess prefers Tests and Tyler prefers types; who is correct?

Tailwind: Debunking the Debunkers

I’ve seen a TON of hate for Tailwind. I don’t care which technologies other developers use, but I do care when people spread lies because they are religious about a certain approach. I’m not much of a technology fan-boy, I use what works for the given requirements. Don’t get me wrong, I still have plenty of strong opinions but they’re more about what doesn’t work than what does. “Strong opinions, loosely held”