The business rules approach to application development represents a major evolution in software engineering and promises to be the most practical and desirable way to build systems. As a result, developers are in need of a how-to guide for implementing business rules in practice. The author fills this niche in the literature by providing a pragmatic introduction to the techniques and guidelines necessary for assembling systems using a business rules approach.
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