Traditionally, DSLs have been targeted at "specialized programmers" or at least at people with a strong technical background such as engineers, mathematicians or scientists. However, DSLs can also be very useful for people who work in fields that are less technical, and more on the business side of the universe.
In this session we discuss our experiences in building DSLs for business people, i.e. non-IT people who know their respective domain well. These people are not necessarily experienced in structured (or even formal) representation of their expert knowledge, and might not even be experts in computer usage.
Over the last few years, Markus, Jos & Bernd have gained some valuable experience into the kinds of domains, people, languages, and notations that make this approach feasible. It turns out that the requirements for DSLs and the tools used can be quite different for business users. The goal of this session is to present this experience and start a discussion about how to move the field forward.
The experiences are taken from Bernd's and Markus's work with Intentional and Achmea Insurance, Jos's work for an insurance company in Porto, and Markus's and Bernd's work on the requirements language in mbeddr.
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