What I Don't Like About Python

by Szymon LipiƄski

Python is a dynamically typed language. It basically means that you don’t have to declare exact types while declaring a variable. A very good and a very bad thing. As usually, there isn’t anything just good or just bad.

Some cons of Python

A very short list (there will be examples and more information in future posts):

What is better?

What next

I’ll give Ruby a chance, now I code in Python, I’ll see how it works.