There is a great talk that touches on that topic youtu.be/0arFPIQatCU I'll paraphrase a part that summarises "people who win Hackathons don't use OCaml, they use Python. For a larger long lived project the types will derive change..."
I think it's an interesting point of view on building solid projects with a typed language, in their case Ocaml.
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