On Sunday, 29 March 2015 at 02:15:38 UTC, cym13 wrote:
Urr.... As an active Python developer, I find that one pretty
harsh. It's not that we need to enforce good style, it's that
we take good style as granted and choose to lighten it
On the contrary I think that D has everything to attract a
pythonista. Most new, trendy languages like Go or Rust are to
down a level to easily suit a python's formated mind, and I
guess that if most python developers come to switch language
for performance issues (like myself) D's code safety system is
definitely very appealing because python's safety is... well...
Moreover, it is possible to reach a good expressiveness (maybe
not as good as python, but that's the whole goal of python so
there's no shame in not matching it).
As an active Python developer, what would you add to or change
about the following: