[Debate] Is type level programming useful?

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  • kittens

    Automatic type class derivation for Cats

    All sorts of typeclass derivation mechanisms are based on type level programming. I'm currently using kittens to speed up prototyping and solve a specific problem at work.

  • Quill

    Compile-time Language Integrated Queries for Scala

    quill is uses type level programming. It allows for the pre-computation of SQL queries during compilation, and you can inspect what queries will look like, whilst you code without, running anything.

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