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scala, Map[String, Any] and scalaz Validation.md
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scala  map  type  class  tag  macro  compose 
june 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Scrap Your Type Class Boilerplate (2/2)
For the TL; DR version, go straight to the Summary.
scala  type  class  4* 
april 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Scrap Your Type Class Boilerplate (1/2)
For the TL; DR version, go straight to the Summary.
scala  type  class  implicit  object  apply  4* 
april 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Type Classes in Scala
Consider the following functions :
scala  type  class  helloworld 
april 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Advanced Leiningen Checkouts: Configuring What Ends Up on Your Classpath - Jake McCrary
Leiningen checkout dependencies are a useful
feature. Checkout dependencies allow you to work on a library and consuming
project at the same time. By …
leiningen  class  path 
march 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Recursive Type Signatures in Scala - Originate Developer Blog
Have you seen a type signature like this before? 1
trait T[U <: T[U]] If you’re like me, you’ve come across this type signature, and …
recursion  type  class  scala 
june 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Some interesting features of Haskell’s type system « Wolfgang Jeltsch
One of the most important ingredients of Haskell is its type system. Standard Haskell already provides a lot of useful mechanisms for having things checked at compile time, and the language extensions provided by the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) improve heavily on this.In this article, I will present several of Haskell’s type system features. Some…
haskell  kind  type  class  multi  parameter  families  5* 
april 2014 by ianweatherhogg
typelevel.scala | How to use Spire's Ops macros in your own project
Let the Scala compiler work for you. We provide type classes, instances, conversions, testing, supplements to the standard library, and much more.
scala  spire  type  class  implicit  macro  5*  level  scalaz 
october 2013 by ianweatherhogg
Implicits unchained – type-safe equality – part 2 - Heiko's Blog
In the last post we have discussed the problems with untyped equality and shown how to provide a simple type-safe equality operation using implicit …
scala  implicit  type  theory  class  annotation  equality  check  debug  functional  programming 
august 2013 by ianweatherhogg
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