In this session, we'll see the basic theory behind a rule engine and how to use DRL to create simple and more advanced rules.
Link to the live streaming: http://red.ht/KieLive17
KieLive#17: Understanding DRL (Drools Rule Language)
The Drools Rule Language (DRL) is a programming language used to describe the business rules in Drools.
In this session we'll see the basic theory behind a rule engine and how to use DRL to create simple and more advanced rules.
We'll also see what the executable model is and what are the advantages compared to the classic engine.
About the invited speaker:
Luca Molteni is a Software Engineer from Milan, Italy working on the Drools project since 2017.
He contributed to the creation of the new runtime for Drools called "Executable Model".
He's a functional programming and open source advocate, and he's very active in the Italian programming communities and conferences.