I agree, but on the other hand: fixing something in the backend and not having to recompile and restart the server is awesome once you get used to it.
Getting into this a bit late but most statically typed languages support incremental compilation so you only have to compile the part which changed. Also, Java server-based applications I have worked on support hot-code reloading in development mode. The feedback loop is not as bad as people think.
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