When such a language grows big and starts to be used to implement complex systems we face a lot of problems. To name a few — defensive programming, non-existent type system, fragile application architecture. It also yields a bigger problem of programmers not being able to write expressive and safe code.
Born in Rīga, Latvia. Installed my first UNIX-like system when I was 14. Worked as a web developer since I was 16. Worked in banking. Eventually got tired of "mainstream" "boring" technology stacks as those are too verbose and clumsy and switched to Erlang. Worked as a senior Erlang developer, then worked in a Canadian startup. Kinda known for implementing pretty printing for Elixir standard library. Now freelancing and available for hire.