Everything here is my opinion. I do not speak for your employer.
I like this idea of so-called "gradual typing":
Sometimes in python, you can fix a lot of error-proneness (and make your code a bit more self-documenting) with just a little bit of type checking in a few places. It doesn't mean you need an entirely statically typed language, but not wanting to declare all your types also doesn't mean all type declarations are bad.
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