40% — 80% more bugs in production.
Eric Elliott

> Basically, skipping TDD and code review is a ridiculously bad idea — even if you use static types.

Differently than you, I don't think TDD is the holy grail of software development. The same way I need to be open to the idea that it is possible to write a database, a middleware, a web server, a trading system without types, you have to be open to the reality that people write these applications everyday without TDD.

To say that people don't need types because they have TDD is not a good argument against types.

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