I’ve seen a production TypeScript project with over 1,000 type errors, absolutely littered with any annotations (the go-to escape hatch when static types get in the way). No matter how much you hear that TypeScript makes it easier to run big projects, big projects come with big teams, and developer education and buy-in is one of the hardest problems in software development.
You Might Not Need TypeScript (or Static Types)
Eric Elliott

That’s a problem with the team littering the code with any —> it's a crutch. If you are using anyyou may just as well skip the static typing.

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