Pythonistas have always relied on duck typing to handle different values in variables. Starting with Python 3.0, continuing in 3.5, and wrapping up in 3.6, type hints have been added to Python. What are these strange constructs and what have they done with all the ducks?
Besides teaching Python at Treehouse, Kenneth Love is a husband & father. He created a few popular Python libraries, worked at most levels of the web stack, & was the Creative Director of a newspaper. He likes board games, whiskey, activism, & dry humor.
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