With over 30 years of experience as a professional software developer, I have worked with a number of complex domains, which include: technical document management, computer aided design, and ad-hoc workflow systems.
In 2007, I attended a half day seminar on DDD conducted by Eric Evans. The seminar, and the blue book that came with it, scratched an itch I had barely been aware of.
For the last ten years, my focus has been building tools to model massive re/insurance structures.
Bounding complexity with domain specific languages(Talk)
Two languages are described:
1. Contract Definition Language - for expressing and evaluating insurance terms and conditions.
2. Structure language - for expressing and evaluating the flow of quantities through a network of contracts and operators.
I show a simple application enabling the manipulation, visualization and evaluation of complex reinsurance programs.
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