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Submission + - Compile time type safety coming to ORMs

An anonymous reader writes: Who among us has not written a query that exploded at runtime? Some ORMs provide rudimentery checking (like making sure the field exists), but new open source projects from Foursquare are hoping to catch more errors at compile time. Named after popular RPGs, Rogue and Slashem (a rogue-like) provide compile time type safe querying for both Mongo and Solr.
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Compile time type safety coming to ORMs

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