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Are You DMN-Ready?

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

A primary design goal of the DMN standard was accessibility to subject matter experts and other “business users”, i.e. non-programmers. DMN promises executable decision logic without programming, and it achieves that through a combination of standard diagrams (DRDs), standard tabular formats (boxed expressions), and a business-friendly expression language (FEEL). Nevertheless, you constantly hear that it’s too hard for non-programmers. Absolutely not true, but what is true is that not all business users can do it.

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